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Print of 'FRIARY LANDSCAPE 300'

 

This picture is an imagining of visual experience of being in the the estuary where I live. There is a friary on the banks of the estuary, or rather there once was....it is now a ruin. But it's presence is enormous and its difficult to walk past without imagining what it must have looked like five hundred years ago. 

 

I  make all the watercolours on a japanese paper with the idea of conveying what could be called 'direct experience', where I try to show the first building blocks of what it might be like to see a landscape for the first time. I use the simplest brush gesture to describe basic motifs of landscape; land, sky, water, tree and horizon with all the tones, compositions and relationships within. I think of these sometimes as 'bold glimpses' of what's out there. There are more details about the watercolours on the main site. 

FRIARY LANDSCAPE 300

£430.00Price
  • This is a pigment giclee print made by myself in the studio on the finest heavyweight matt paper. The print will arrive stamped and numbered with a signed certificate of authenticity.

    • Paper size A2. 16 x 24 inches 
    • Image size approximately 14 x 22 inches
    • Edition of 50
    • Unframed

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