Conversations with Magic Stones - The Collectors Axes - Orkney

My background is in hot glass making, running a studio in Edinburgh during the 1980’s. Among my first artistic endeavours during my schooling was printmaking.

I currently run Gallery TEN in Edinburgh’s West End, which specialises in contemporary and modern art, including a very wide selection of original print works spanning the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, which alongside other works including glass, mixed media and photography is available from my new online shop.

Print


During the 2000s I developed my interests in print, often as an adjunct and to partner with my glass work.

RSA 2017

RSA 2017

Selected for this years RSA Open Exhibition one of “The Collectors Axes” prints, titled “Pool Stone” currently being shown in…

The Collectors Axes – part II

The Collectors Axes – part II

To complete the suite of works made for the “Conversations with magic stones” exhibition here are the last of the…

Working Stone

Working Stone

More pieces from “The Collectors Axes” – some images of making the prints, processes and proof prints – now installed…

Creativity in Archaeology

Creativity in Archaeology

Recently published paper by Rose Ferraby on “Creativity in Archaeology” in Internet Arch can be viewed for free online. I…

The Collectors Axes

The Collectors Axes

More from “The Collectors Axes” now on their way to Orkney to be put on display in The Orkney Museum…

The Collectors Axes

The Collectors Axes

This work forms part of “The Collectors Axes” it is housed in a vintage wooden box made from mahogany. The…

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Glass

During the 1980s I operated a production Glass Studio in Edinburgh, Scotland. Today I specialise in exhibition pieces.

RSA 2017

RSA 2017

Selected for this years RSA Open Exhibition one of “The Collectors Axes” prints, titled “Pool Stone” currently being shown in…

The Collectors Axes – part II

The Collectors Axes – part II

To complete the suite of works made for the “Conversations with magic stones” exhibition here are the last of the…

Working Stone

Working Stone

More pieces from “The Collectors Axes” – some images of making the prints, processes and proof prints – now installed…

Creativity in Archaeology

Creativity in Archaeology

Recently published paper by Rose Ferraby on “Creativity in Archaeology” in Internet Arch can be viewed for free online. I…

The Collectors Axes

The Collectors Axes

More from “The Collectors Axes” now on their way to Orkney to be put on display in The Orkney Museum…

The Collectors Axes

The Collectors Axes

This work forms part of “The Collectors Axes” it is housed in a vintage wooden box made from mahogany. The…

Archaeology

I first worked in archaeology at excavation in West Heslerton, North Yorkshire as site photographer and site supervisor, which has inspired me ever since.

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Paul Musgrove