'Twelve Stripes’ is an exhibition of selected images taken from an ongoing project. The aim, through abstraction and repetition, is to capture the topography and identity of the subject - in this case the shores around the Outer Hebrides. And present them in a way which at first seems unfamiliar, but when the images are studied, with reflection, become recognisable and promote lingering thought whilst questioning our vision of, and relationship with, these everchanging Isles.
The concept behind Twelve Stripes formed in 2018 and will continue well into 2021 when further exhibitions are planned. Talla na Mara kindly requested a selection of these images to form an exhibition foregrounding the beaches of Harris. The events of 2020 altered the plans of spring and thus the selection expanded across the Outer Hebrides to include the islands of Vatersay, Eriskay, South Uist, North Uist, Berneray and, of course, Harris.
Each of the twelve images is available within a strictly limited edition of twelve prints.
These 30 x 30cm prints are only available for the duration of the exhibition. Each print is carefully printed to order on museum grade photographic paper and the inks are cured in the air of the Outer Hebrides for at least 24 hours before packing. Costing just £50 + p&p, prints can be ordered at the Exhibition or via An Solas Òir.
A general run of smaller prints are available exclusively at Talla na Mara for the duration of the exhibition.
The exhibition will be available to view until March 31st 2021
The view from Talla na Mara
Thanks to Linda, Rachel and all at Talla na Mara