During my journeys to thin places in Scotland, I came across numerous monolithic forms. The forms were made or placed by human hands and were usually of stone.
On the Isle of Iona it was a cairn (mound of stones) on the top of Dun I, at Calanais the enigmatic standing stones and at Tobar na coille, the stone wall surrounding the well. Many of these forms have been around for hundreds if not thousands of years. They evoke a sense of stability, strength, and permanency.
This waterless lithograph print explores the possibility of seeing a monolithic form in a state of fragility or impermanence.