Red Berries no. 9 (in the Orangery) is one of my later images created in this series. Whilst previous images concentrate on imagery gathered from the woods and forests in Rutland, Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire, this image is inspired by an orangery where I stopped to have a cup of coffee.
The development of this image still considers the basic elements such as shape, colours and textures plus the movement throughout and the lovely effects of the changing light upon surface.
This beautiful giclee print is presented in a white bevel cut picture mount with black core. The external dimensions of the mount is 42 x 35 cm.
Printed on acid free watercolour paper using ultra chrome archival standard inks for longevity, each print is signed and numbered on the front with the title. The mounted print also comes with a certificate of authenticity.