Dòirneag #12 - Emily Tapp

Dòirneag #12 - Emily Tapp

150.00

15 x 21cm

Rock powder pigment and graphite frottage on recycled cotton rag paper

Cornwall Art Gallery - North Coast Asylum

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Dòirneag is a Gaelic word Emily discovered in Robert MacFarlane’s book Landmarks that translates to "a round stone that fills the palm of the hand when held’.

To enquire please email jo@northcoastasylum.com

Cornwall Art Gallery - North Coast Asylum