StoneScape - Duncansby Stacks

StoneScape - Duncansby Stacks

from 145.00

Limited Edition Digital Art Print - 25 editions only

StoneScapes is a synergy of two familiar features often associated with Caithness, paying tribute to the county’s flagstone and open landscapes.

This is a strictly limited edition giclée print.  The print is hand-signed, titled, and numbered by the artist and printed using light fast inks and acid free, archival quality paper.  The print is made from original photographs uploaded to a computer and reconstructed by digital processes by the artist before printing.  Please allow up to 4 weeks for your StoneScape print to be ready for collection/delivery.  If you have a particular date in mind, contact Lisa to discuss your options.

Artist: Lisa Poulsen
Title: Duncansby Stacks
Image Size: 16x16”
Edition Size: 25
Paper Type: Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308gsm

Frame: Solid wood frame with a smooth white, glazing and mount included. Finished with banking tape, ready to hang. Overall framed size measures 635 x 635mm.

Mount: Contemporary wide mount with backing to match. Overall mounted size measures 594 x 594mm.

All framed and mounted prints are sold with their own Certificate of Authenticity and Artist's Statement.

Collect or Deliver - You can collect your order locally in Thurso or we can deliver to you by Royal Mail. Please select your preferred option at checkout.

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Learn more about Caithness Flagstone in Lisa's blog post: What is Caithness Flagstone?

Outdoor adventures played a significant role growing up in Caithness. Even when the weather wasn’t on our side, we layered up, put on our wellies and went exploring. Come to think of it, I don’t really remember the weather. I do remember the picnics, the rambling, and the exhilarating swims without a soul to be seen other than ourselves and an inquisitive seal bobbing in the sea. I remember being surrounded by flagstone harbours and cliff faces, both beautifully carved by hand and weather. I remember the endless rolling horizons and gazing at those huge, hypnotic skies.

Many failed attempts to work with Caithness flagstone over the years left me feeling discouraged. Despite this, and a few broken nails, being hands on with the material allowed me to developed a new perspective of the flagstone’s naturally unique textures. I now see sky, sea and land in the colours, textures and gradients of paving slabs, drystone walls and harbours across the county. Through digital processes, I work with photographs of flagstone textures using them as tools to reconstruct original photographs of Caithness landscapes.

- Lisa Poulsen