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Side view of a Polar bear with a group of 4 girls who live in the houses around where the bear is sited. It is carved in pale grey granite on top of a plinth in a dark granite. Housing in buff brick behind.

From Block to Bear

Side view of a Polar bear from a low angle, it is carved in pale grey granite on top of a plinth in a dark granite. Housing in buff brick behind.

Derby Street – Bear

Image of a section of a historical map of an area around Strathmartine Road in Dundee.

Derby St – Thread Counter

Bronze sculpture which looks a bit like a 3-D crossword. It has the name of characters from the Beano comic on it in reverse type, the type is capital letters. It is on top of a granite plinth on a residential street.

Derby St – Crossword

Wood carving in Lime of a stylised tree, the outline of the tree canopy is an elliptical onion like shape and there are 8 different heart or onion shapes which sit on top of the limbs of the tree. The grain of the wood shows up and there are little knots in it.


Image of a Garden Tiger moth on black paper, it sits within an ellipse which has 4 lines coming from it; top and bottom and left and right. These are in marbled paper.

Garden Tiger

Pink granite shaped like a beaker with design in square dots with lines and cheverons, it sits on top of a dark grey granite disc, the interior of this has been worked and appears much lighter in tone.

Eden Woods

Hourglass shaped sculpture with glass drops attached sited in the grounds of InchDairnie distillery. Dramatic clouds in the background.


Tiny relief sculpture in patinated bronze, with some areas rubbed back. The motif is of leaves and berries. On the left the design stands proud and on the right the mirror image of the design is imprinted.

Reader’s Fragment


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2 figures dressed with shorts (wearing a type of army uniform) paint HD on a white background

Black Watch Research

Image iff a hedgehog in the context of the historical book that it's in.

Down the Rabbit Hole

Framed granite samples, each is a rectangle and has a window cut out of a card mount, the window has a gold rim, the names and where they are from are hand written in capitals below each sample. The top four images are of Aberdeenshire granites, including second from left Kemnay and at the end of the top row Corennie.

Granite Gallery