HillTop is the third work in my brand new series of atmospheric landscapes, inspired by some of my favourite places to be, and designed to be mix'n'match.
High above Plympton on the edge of Dartmoor, Hemerdon Ball is a tiny plantation of beech, oak and Scot pine that crowns a one rotund hill top. Its shape has changed since mining began here and is under threat in the future. It is preserved here in my painting that captures the evening light when the clouds are gathering and the sun is setting up in a russet glow.
Painted with a mineral pigment- piemonite, that has a certain irony given the trees threat from the mineral mine at its roots.
This work is offered unframed but mounted in a neutral colour quality mount.
A word about shipping and packaging-
All my works are well packed and safe from harm but because I recycle some external packaging it might not look pretty.
This painting will be sent in the UK via Royal Mail Special Delivery within 5 working days.
100% cotton rag handmade watercolour paper Daniel Smith Artists watercolour