Artist's description:

Inspired by the Right to Roam movement of the 1930's, when ramblers from Manchester and Sheffield undertook a series of moors trespasses that eventually resulted in the right to roam being established in uk law. This painting is based on the view from the packhorse bridge at the foot of Carl Walk Iron Age hill fort following the recent removal of the wood at its base, and references Macbeth to underline the point that change can occur as a result of mass action.

Materials used:

Acrylic paint on cotton canvas, planed softwood stretcher

Till Birnam Wood Remove to Dunsinane (2016)


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This artwork is sold by John Wilkinson from United Kingdom

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