Star on This boat is not an islan… Norna Hall on wedding celebrations aboard Lo… Jean Langhore on Home again Susie on Going to Sea… Liz on Crossing Loch Ness, Loch Oich…
The open day ran from 5pm – 8pm on Saturday 17 September 2011, and we had about 150 people aboard Loch Ness Barge. The idea was to invite people to share our floating living and working space, potter about and … Continue reading
My animations are often concerned with how I and others come to terms with and relate to new environments, and once the stage is set I can similarly allow the character to explore it’s sense of place. Aboard the barge … Continue reading
Fabiano found a Loch Ness tartan, and then we went to the recycling centre, then met Angus Dunn and a paired poem emerged, and there were storms and Fabiano spent much time in the water and in a dinghi…
spent an afternoon at Duntelchaig, above Inverness, wanted to introduce Fabiano to outdoors climbing, so tried to find an easy multi-pitch climb to give him a flavour of being perched up in the rocks tied to a belay ledge… being … Continue reading
being at the mooring at Clachnaharry gives us amazing night skies, sunsets, sunrises, even if these are all appreciated on the long walk to the loo/shower by the sea loch…
am drawing a lot, mostly things that are incomprehensible to me; I do not know how they work, but they exist all around me. Funnily enough this is mostly in the engine room, but also musical instruments, and things around … Continue reading
If you are coming to the open studio / open boat day, please remember we have moved from our usual mooring in Muirtown basin to CLACHNAHARRY. We are on the jetty there, in front of Low Street, Clachnaharry!!