Njuggles (aka Kelpies) - an exhibition taking place in the windows of Northlight Gallery, Stromness, from Saturday 31st October to Friday 13th November 2020.

Exhibition – Njuggles

Njuggles (aka Kelpies) at Northlight For two weeks commencing 1st November 2020, an exhibition of Njuggles (aka Kelpies) can be seen at Northlight Gallery in Stromness. As the gallery is currently not open to the public due to Covid-19 restrictions, work is showing in the windows. The exhibition can be viewed from the street. In […]

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Alexander Graham protesting unfair tax levied on Stromness, standing behind a wealthy Kirkwall burgher with a protest placard.

Alexander Graham

Alexander Graham v. the Royal Burgh of Kirkwall Alexander Graham was a merchant who lived in Stromness, Orkney, in the 18th Century. At the time Stromness was growing from a tiny fishing village to a sizeable town due to its convenient location on the North Atlantic trade routes. This put it in competition with the […]

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King James VI with the head of Patrick Stewart, Earl of Orkney, who was beheaded for treason. Acrylic, 2020.

James VI & Earl Patrick Stewart

King James VI with the head of Earl Patrick Stewart Patrick Stewart was second Earl of Orkney and Zetland (Shetland) from the 1590s until his execution for treason in 1615. He was first imprisoned, and later beheaded, by King James VI of Scotland (who was also James I of England). As Earl of the Northern […]

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