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Collection: Gray's School of Art Collection
Object Type: Screenprint
Artist/Maker: Henderson, David
Date: 1987
Media/Materials: screenprint
Dimensions: 83.5 x 83.6 cm 90.4 x 90.5 cm


Representational composition featuring multiple images of coastal rock formations.

This work is one of three prints commisioned bu Peacock Visual Arts in Aberdeen, for an exhibition that invited artists to revisit the Scottish coastal sites of engravings produced by William Daniel in 1815.
David Henderson studied Design and Craft (Printmaking) at Gray's School of Art and also achieved an MBA at Aberdeen Business School in 1999. He was awarded a George Davidson Travelling scholarship, a SAC Young Artist Bursary and was appointed as a professional member of the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolours. He also won the RSW Council Award in 2006.

David held a number of senior posts within Gray's, including Deputy Head of School and Course Leader at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He was awarded the title of Teaching Fellow in 2002 by The Robert Gordon University. He is currently a painting tutor at Leith School of Art in Edinburgh.
Object Number: ABDRG10119