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camera work part II, serpent mound

Before too much time passes, I am compelled to write about a quick half day trip to Serpent Mound near Peebles, Ohio. This is an indigenous peoples site used for not only burying the dead but also perhaps for marking key recurring astronomical events such as the shortest day of the year and the summer solstice. 86 more words

Black And White

Opening Up Scotland's Archives - Trainee Positions

Today the Scottish Council on Archives is launching an exciting new training scheme Opening up Scotland’s Archives in Edinburgh, Dundee, East Lothian and our very own Glasgow. 268 more words

Glasgow School Of Art

Presenting our New Acquisitions

Although the fire has meant that the Archives and Collections office is currently closed to visitors, we are still happily pursuing a broad collection that shows the work of students and the school across its life span. 292 more words

Glasgow School Of Art

Patterns from Art School Glass.

All the pieces in this collage are taken from photographs of the glass from Glasgow School of Art, found on the doors of the building. The small pieces have been assembled symmetrically resulting in a design which reflects the blues,greens,ochres and browns of the original glass. 59 more words


Glasgow School of Art : The West Wing.

This small collage features wall sections and windows from the west elevation and two patterns of ceramic tiles embedded in the west stairwell of the building. 66 more words


Angel Kisses

Angel Kisses

Clinging to what she has,
Barely anything at all.
A handful of faith,
Which is beyond small.

When her world caves in,
Her bits of faith protect. 94 more words