Artwork description:

Slapton Ley is large body of freshwater trapped behind a shingle bank. Along one side is a path that runs close to the water and the many of the views are through the trees growing on the very water's edge. I love the way in which the constantly rippling water reflects the light, and the water views are framed by the twisted forms of the branches growing over the ley.
This particular work was done after a workshop in woodcuts run by Rod Nelson, previously of Pine Feroda.
All my prints are printed in small numbers, by hand, which means that each one is unique

Materials used:

Hand made paper, printed with Caligo Relief Inks, Japanese Shina Plywood plate

Tags:
#landscape #trees #reflections #woodcut #ripples 
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Slapton Ley 5/15 Unframed (2018)
Woodcut
by Gilly Cotter

£110

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Slapton Ley is large body of freshwater trapped behind a shingle bank. Along one side is a path that runs close to the water and the many of the views are through the trees growing on the very water's edge. I love the way in which the constantly rippling water reflects the light, and the water views are framed by the twisted forms of the branches growing over the ley.
This particular work was done after a workshop in woodcuts run by Rod Nelson, previously of Pine Feroda.
All my prints are printed in small numbers, by hand, which means that each one is unique

Materials used:

Hand made paper, printed with Caligo Relief Inks, Japanese Shina Plywood plate

Tags:
#landscape #trees #reflections #woodcut #ripples 
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My inspiration comes from the natural world; including wildlife and its relationship with the natural environment. I like to represent the world around me by interpreting the shapes, the spaces... Read more

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