StoneScape - Dunnet Head
StoneScape - Dunnet Head
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 and our availability.
Artist: Lisa Poulsen
Title: Dunet Head
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.
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