A view from the village of Addingham across the valley to Beamsley Beacon. The foreground shows some of the houses on Kitty Fold, in addition to the Fleece pub and the memorial hall.
Beamsley Beacon Cairn forms an impressive mound, twelve metres in diameter and over two metres high, and is thought to be constructed during the bronze age as funeral structure.
This view can be seen from the Dales Way, as you walk along the River Wharfe.
This was my first large scale print and is the first in this style that I am currently working in. I really enjoyed experimenting with the colours but struggled to get 13 colours that worked together! I was very influenced by the yellow sky's in travel posters.
This is a 13 colour hand pulled silk screen print in A1 size. A limited edition of 20.
Italian Canaletto Bianco 300gms paper, Acrylic paints.