Carved in Cop Crag Sandstone, the crescent and v-rod from Rosemarkie.
Commissioned to celebrate the 700th anniversary of the Declaration of Arbroath, this piece was carved to celebrate the dedication of the Kirk at St Vigeans to St Fechin of Fore, an early Irish saint.
Commissioned by the Tay Landscape Partnership, this is my new Pictish Cross for the historic village of Forteviot, near Perth. The cross commemorates the king of Pictavia, Cinaed son of Alpin, who died at Forteviot in 858 AD.
The cross side uses knotwork motifs from fragments found at Forteviot. The key pattern is inspired by carvings at Iona.
Red sandstone new cross for the Pictish village of St Vigeans in Angus.
Based on the Clanranald Birlinn (Galley) in the cloisters of Iona Abbey.
Hand carved in Cumbrian green slate. Based upon George Bain’s drawing of a particularly detailed design from St Luke’s Gospel in the Book of Kells.