The Cherhill White Horse is a hill figure on Cherhill Down, just east of Calne in Wiltshire, England. Dating from the late 18th century, it is the third oldest of several such white horses in Great Britain, with only the Uffington White Horse and the Westbury White Horse being older.The figure is also sometimes called the Oldbury White Horse.
I am currently making a series of all the chalk horses in the UK
Dry brushed ink and penciled watercolour was applied to a loose woven fabric paper mix in many thin layers.
Parts of the image were then embroidered using free motion machine embroidery.
The piece is mounted on propitiatory brand cream mounting board. It is available mounted only, or framed to order (please email for framing options and costs as these will vary with preferences). Prices given in shipping tables are for framed works. Shipping price will be adjusted for mounted works.
ink and watercolour overlaid with freemotion machine embroidery