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Artist's description:

This painting was produced from some photographs I took when out on the fells with our dog Ned. It was a fairly wild & cold morning in late winter. Very claggy but the early morning sunlight was piercing through the gloom making me so very grateful to just be there. Art work directly taken from photos can be very flat looking so as is my way I produced sketches firstly and then worked directly off these. This whole area of the Langdales in the Lake District is pretty much over run with folk in Summer but on a dismal, cold morning in winter you can often have much of it to yourself! The beauty of upland moors etc in winter is the distinct colouring of the various bog land fauna, the heather plants are often bright red or even orange and some of the bog mosses bright emerald green all contrasting beautifully with the richer colours of the earth. Often the most impressive things to see are actually close by and quite small

Materials used:

Watercolour on 140lb (300gsm) NOT paper

Harrison Stickle from Thunacar (2015)


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