broken blue
For Bute Open Studios, (throughout the weekend of July 22 and 23, 2023), and funded by Ramh, Kate Clayton and Maz Riches are the Sibyllas, descendants of seers and prophetesses of Ancient Greece. Sibylla invites visitors to study the sherds, detritus from the last 100 years, and then together they consider what lies in store for Kilchattan Bay, and by extension marine ecosystems around the world. Photos by Duncan McLaren.
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the sibyllas outside the studio

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broken blue

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broken blue (2)

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broken blue (3)

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sherd

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first visitor - angie

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talking pottery

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scroll

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magnifying glass

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talking pottery and politics

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under the surface

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"Lamlash Bay, the No Take zone off Arran"

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newly broken blue

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scouring the seabed for scallops

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talking politics