Sula Sgeir and The Hebridean
                                                                                                     (from sgoth Jubilee)
                                                                                                     2010.08:19 07.50.08

   Stac Skerry
                                                                                                    (from sgoth an Sulaire)
                                                                                                    2007.06:18 15.10.49

  Fair Isle
                                                                                                    (from Spirit of Rema)
                                                                                                    2010.06:17 19.19.21

Stephen | Morrison continue their  voyages through traditional stories linked to offlying islands. Works made in response to travels by sea will be compared to those made in response to travels over land. printmaking, using several techniques, photography, video, books and performance will all contribute to Re-Presentation of the shared experience.

   Christine mixed colours to match sea state
Character of Water

Stephen | Morrison have now made three prints combining photo-gravure and screenprinting techniques to reproduce images from offshore sailing , caught in time, with a prose poem version of a timeless story linked to place. The text of the stories is screenprinted by the image, now translated into photo-gravyre,  The story is thus in the colour of he sea at the time of observing its setting. The production was assisted by Comhairle nan Eilean Siar and Cape Farewell and exhibited at an Talla Solais. Two prints were also selected for the Impact 8 Print Festival Scotland at DCA. (

 sea colours re-made in the studio

Sula Sgeir -  the story of the two brothers, a tradition collected by Ian and developed from the     experience of navigating its setting.

Stac Skerry-  a selkie tradition

Fair Isle- the story of Lucky Minnie - a traditional tale of an ogre

This is how our joint work might look when it's installed:

Taigh Chearsabhagh 2017