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Artist's description:

This work arose from my explorations of the River Ericht as it flows through Blairgowrie in Perthshire, Scotland. The river is different everyday responding to the seasons, the weather and geological shifts. The Ericht begins at the confluence of the Rivers Ardle and Blackwater at Bridge of Cally then flows for only 10 miles before it joins the River Isla at Coupar Angus. The Ericht is a famous salmon fishing river although numbers of fish travelling upstream to spawn have dropped in recent years. It is such a fast flowing river that in the 19th and 20th century jute mills used the currents to generate power for spinning and weaving. Now the mills are quiet and some have fallen into ruins and the Ericht is still here . . .and it will be here after we have all gone.
This first work uses the colours reflected in the water during Autumn 2017.

Materials used:

Oil paint

Waterworks 1 (Brooklinn Summer) (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Aileen M Stackhouse from United Kingdom

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