Eldon Guay's piece
Some of its curves are nicely rounded and to me the feel very tactile.
Ali Thompson's piece - surprisingly volumptuous for a lump of sandstone.
Martha Quinn's work here has been fascinating ever since she found that first knot in her rock.
Chris Ward's piece has reminded me of a lump of flint from fairly early on in the symposium - just the way the inside seems so different from the outside surface. There are some dark lines in the rock which seem as if they are running from the tartan side.
Nigel Mullan's piece reflecting local cup and ring markings but in a very different way. Funny that he should have started out with a wee clay model for it all looks as if it has a kind of pottery shape to me.
Alan Ward put in some long hours to get this done to his satisfaction and all done without power tools. Chris came and helped him after she had finished her one.
It's worth a closer look at the face.
Michelle de Bruin's lettering has been exquisite from the start. This picture was taken just after she had washed off all the lines.
As it dried it looked as if it had fallen under the shadow of a tree.