South Atlantic Islands

I have been fortunate to visit a number of the more remote islands in the South Atlantic – Tristan da Cunha, Gough Island, Signy, South Georgia, and Bird Island – while working on the British Antarctic Survey’s research ship the James Clark Ross. These pieces attempt to capture the wildness of these bleak, but often stunningly beautiful landscapes.

Approaching Tristan da Cunha
‘Approaching Tristan da Cunha’ – etching – 30x14cm – edition of 10
Twilight Gough Island
‘Twilight Gough Island’ – etching – 10x4cm – edition of 10
'Low Cloud Over Signy Island' - etching - 30x14cm - edition of 10
‘Low Cloud Over Signy Island’ – etching – 30x14cm – edition of 10
Bird Island Research Station
‘Bird Island Research Station’ – etching – 15x15cm – edition of 10
Grytviken
‘Grytviken’ – etching – 15x15cm – edition of 10
In Royal Bay South Georgia
‘In Royal Bay South Georgia’ – etching – 15x15cm – edition of 5
The Wreck of the Lyn
‘The Wreck of the Lyn’ – etching – 12x12cm – edition of 10
Iceberg in Cumberland East Bay, South Georgia
Iceberg in Cumberland East Bay, South Georgia – etching – 40×12 cm – edition of 10
Dirty Ice - Nordenskjold Glacier, South Georgia - etching
Dirty Ice – Nordenskjold Glacier, South Georgia – etching – 30×6 cm – edition of 10
Riesco Island (overcast)
Riesco Island (overcast) – etching – 20×20 cm – edition of 5
'Stoltenhoff Island' - etching
‘Stoltenhoff Island’ – etching – 12.5cm diameter – edition of 15
Inaccessible Island - etching
Inaccessible Island – etching – 12.5cm diameter – edition of 15
Nightingale Island - etching - 12.5x12.5 cm - edition of 15
Nightingale Island – etching – 12.5×12.5 cm – edition of 15
'Husvik'
‘Husvik’ – etching – 12×12 cm – edition of 15
Middle Island
Middle Island – etching – 12.5×12.5 cm – edition of 15