Yesterday I gave you a picture of a lamp tossed by a salt sea. Today you get the rest of the series: woodcut-like frames of metal that tell the story of an Orkney childhood. I still don’t know what the building was whose sides play host to the art; it wasn’t labelled. Usually one would expect a library or other public building, but whether any such building is situated on Rose Street is doubtful.
George Mackay Brown (1921-1996)