Renfrewshire Print Collection

Renfrewshire, Scotland

Sixteen selected prints based on walking three days along the coastline of the historic Scottish county of Renfrewshire.

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Gourock Outdoor Pool, Inverclyde, Scotland.

AAM (American Axle & Manufacturing) Works, Scotstoun from Braehead, Renfrewshire, Scotland.

Rails, Victoria Harbour, Greenock, Inverclyde, Scotland.

Timber Ponds III, Kelburn, Inverclyde, Scotland.

Dumbarton Castle across the Clyde II, Renfrewshire, Scotland.

Sainsbury’s Superstore, Braehead, Glasgow, Scotland.

Erskine Bridge IV, Renfrewshire, Scotland.

Heather, Rowan & Thistle Court, built 1970, Port Glasgow, Inverclyde, Scotland.

Clyde Reflections I, Old Kilpatrick from Erskine Park, Renfrewshire, Scotland.

Launch II, Royal West of Scotland Amateur Boat Club, Greenock, Invercylde, Scotland.

Greenock freight terminal I, Greenock, Invercylde, Scotland.

Erskine Bridge III, Renfrewshire, Scotland.

Dalmuir Sewage Works from Erskine, Renfrewshire, Scotland.

Timber Ponds and Dumbarton Castle. Dating from the 18th century the ponds functioned as storage for timber from North America prior to its sale to local ship yards. Kelburn, Inverclyde, Scotland.

Scrap metal I (with Yoker tower blocks), Christie & Son, Renfrew, Renfrewshire, Scotland.

Clyde Auditorium, Finnieston Crane & SSE Hydro at dusk, Glasgow, Scotland.

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2 thoughts on “Renfrewshire Print Collection”

  1. Joseph Proskauer says:

    Wonderful compositions.

    It’s a rich adventure to enter this evolving saga.
    Looking more slowly, learning the language, this deepens.
    Weaving themes of sense and feeling emerge — within each day’s ‘verse’ and in between.

    • It feels like that to me too – each new day I try to see afresh but feelings of place from the previous days sometimes bleed into the current moment. And weaving themes is eactly what I hope to achieve when the tapestry is complete.

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