Art North on North Uist

This morning we have received a photograph of Art North magazine getting acquainted with Christine Boshier’s sculpture ‘High Tide, Low Tide’ in the brisk morning air on the island of North Uist, backgrounded by Beinn Lee. It would appear that Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum & Arts Centre have now received our first consignment of magazines for sale on on the Island. Our list of exclusive stockists for Art North magazine is due to be announced imminently, so any venue wishing to stock the magazine should get in touch with us straight away. Our official publication date is March 1, although many readers already have theirs thanks to our pre-order offer. You can also buy online here.


Christine Boshier’s sculpture, ‘High Tide, Low Tide’, was commissioned by Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum & Arts Centre, and is featured as part of the Uist Sculpture Trail. The work reflects its intertidal position, situated on the shoreline behind the arts centre. The structure was constructed with a steel frame and concrete and the dome form is covered in particles of glass, which reflect the sunlight and resembles salt crystals. The hollow interior of the sculpture is filled with salt, and at high tides the sea slowly draws the salt from a small opening. Christine Boshier spent a month at Taigh Chearsabhagh constructing the work.