The Orsay lighthouse, situated just off Port Wemyss on the Rinns of Islay, is viewed from The Oa along Glen Golach, Glenastle Loch, Lower Glen Astal and Lower Glenastle Loch. This is a reduction linocut.
Located close to the north-east side of Loch Gorm, Islay, this telephone box is supposedly the most photographed example on the island. This is a reduction linocut.
In 2018, the Yorkshire-based willow artist, Anna Cross, was commissioned by the Woodland Trust to build “Spirit of the Medieval Huntress”. The sculpture can be found in Skipton Castle Woods. This is a drypoint print.
The Folly was built by Richard Preston in the late 1670s and stands by what would have been the old main road in Settle, North Yorkshire. This is the front door that would have led into the central Hall (where the Artisans Gallery is now located). This is a drypoint print.