Hanging in the Dovecot Gallery in Edinburgh is a brand new tapestry, six months in the making, the centrepiece of Voyage, an exhibition devoted to the work of Garry Fabian Miller. ‘Voyage into the Deepest Darkest Blue’ is an abstract work of extraordinary chromatic intensity, a collaboration between the Dovecot weavers and the British artist photographer.

The tapestry divides in two, with varying darknesses of night or deep sea above, and a brilliant sun yellow thickening into orange below. A hint of green – a green ray? – at the horizon creeps along the dividing line, softening, adding mystery. ...


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