Please note, this artwork is available for UK delivery only.
Availble for UK delivery only.
A charcoal drawing looking over the valley to an ancient hillfort, Norbury Camp, in the Cotswolds. This place never fails deliver - it has an avenue of huge beech trees striding over the ridge, bluebells, blackberries and deer. What better place to explore, for a picnic with a friend, hide and seek and fun on a rope swing.
Imagining people moving around here for over 2500 years is fabulous and humbling. The drawing is one of a series - mostly all executed in willow charcoal, a fitting medium for an ancient landscape. I love this place, but to be honest its location isn't totally necessary to the image - its rolling silhoettes and environment full of folklore, remains, and creatures, large and small is stunning.
The drawing is 28cm x 28cm on smooth heavy weight cartridge paper, with plenty of paper around it to fit under a mount. it is neither mounted or framed. Consider a wide double mount and simple frame to retain it's drama and to look modern and fresh.
It is signed, fixed and will arrive packaged flat with Royal Mail using their Next Day delivery service, plus insurance. Ready to deliver to your framer.
W 28.00 cm x H 28.00 cm
- Delivery And Packing Information
Don't worry, if your purchase your artwork and then decide you don't like it, you feel the artwork isn't quite right or you just no longer want it, no problem! We offer a 14 day no quibble returns policy on all our artworks.Find out More
Buy with 0% interest loan through Own Art
Own Art makes buying art easy and affordable by letting you spread the cost of your purchase over 10 months with an interest free loan. With over 45541 artworks to choose from, you could start a collection today from as little as £10 per month.
Please note, the minimum loan amount is £100. This can either be for the purchase of a single item, or for a group of items where the combined value is £100 or more.
About the Artist
Based in her studio in the Cotswold hills, her work is exhibited throughout the UK. Carole trained in Fine Art Embroidery at Manchester Polytechnic, and exhibited with the 62 Group of Textile Artists for several years. She is a member of the Fosseway Group of Artists and the Cheltenham Group ...