Buttertubs Pass was on the route of the Grand Depart of the Tour de France 2014. I guess the wonderful views from this road would have been missed by the cyclist who were probably more interested in avoiding it's steep drops.
After I had finished this piece I later found out that the name "Buttertubs" comes from the deep limestone potholes that farmers placed their butter in to keep it cool, as they rested before going to market.
Along with a photo of the print itself I have included one of the drawing that was used to create this print.
All my prints come mounted in an off white, textured mount and are wrapped in cellophane.
This mount is a standard size for purchasing frames.
Printed using Daler Rowney System 3 water based acrylics, on 300gsm Snowdon paper