Acrylic found pebbles, shells, and replica coins on canvas
Hnefatafl was a board game played by the Vikings 1000 years ago. It was a Scandinavian equivalent of chess or draughts, but a game didn’t require a special set of pieces. It was played with pebbles and shells that were picked up on the seashore. These pebbles and shells were found on beaches in Unst, the most northern island of Shetland, halfway between Norway and mainland Scotland.
40 x 40 cm
Hand-signed by artist
Certificate of authenticity