My painting is of poppies in a beautiful wildflower meadow called "Hill Brek", in Flitcham, Norfolk, England. The fields all have individual names and this one is an old Norse name dating from Anglo Saxon times. It means rough or sandy undulating ground. A view like this is uncommon as 97% of British wildflower meadows have been lost since the 1930s.
This chalk grassland meadow, along with many others on the same farm have been rescued by wildflower conservation experts painstakingly hand gathering and planting local wildflower seed and abstaining from the use of pesticides or herbicides. The biodiversity of plants and insects on the meadows has exploded and it's on its way back to its former glory.
This view appears in a number of my paintings in different seasons and weather conditions.
It is mixed media acrylic and oil paint on canvas.
It is in a deep canvas with painted sides and is ready to hang or frame as you prefer.
oil paint acrylic paint