Another completed bespoke framing, this time of a fine study of nesting gannets on Boreray, St. Kilda by island artist Elaine Murray.
The painting was mounted behind archival quality antique white board in a white-painted/limewaxed wood frame.
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By John MacLean
A few of the photos documenting the start of the fitting-out of new offices for NFU Mutual at Cromwell Street Quay, Stornoway. Good to see long-established local businesses expanding into larger premises.
I will be returning at regular intervals to photograph the fitting-out until its completion.
By John MacLean, 06/03/17:
First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon officially opened the refurbished Lews Castle and Museum nan Eilean Archive Project today and was presented with a metre-wide canvas print of one of my images of the front of the Castle and Museum.
By John MacLean, 30/08/16:
The refurbished Lews Castle and the new Museum and Archive in Stornoway are both now open to the public. The brochure published by Natural Retreats, who run the Castle, contains 29 of my photographs.
To view the brochure, right-click on the image and select ‘Save as…’ or ‘Save linked content as…’ to save the PDF file to your computer. It may take a while to download, depending on the speed of your internet connection.
By John MacLean, 26/06/16
Museum nan Eilean’s new base in Stornoway, connected to the newly refurbished Lews Castle, will be opening its doors to the public on Thursday, 14th July. Displays in the new museum will include photographic exhibitions, many archaeological finds, Viking silver hoards and six of the world famous Lewis Chess pieces discovered in Uig, Isle of Lewis in 1831.
John MacLean Photography is pleased to have been involved in photographing the Museum and Castle extensively during its construction/refurbishment, and wishes all involved in this amazing project best wishes and success for the future.
By John MacLean, 21/07/15:
A set of photos taken around the Castle grounds, harbour and streets of Stornoway during the Hebridean Celtic Festival in July 2015 is now on the John MacLean Photography Facebook page.
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