Stone Bridge Stone Bridge Stone Bridge
Stone Bridge

Stone Bridge

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This magnificent shot is Wath Bridge at Cleator Moor in Cumbria. The bridge constructed in 1816, spans the river Ehen and on this particular day, provided a wonderful springtime scene to adore.  As is clearly evident from the artwork, the river was at an ideal level for a spot of paddling. Needless to say, I could not resist this temptation and with my trousers rolled up, quickly found myself wading out to greet this splendid stone bridge.

The detail, richness of colour and texture in this artwork, simply takes your breath away. Not to mention the abundance of depth, which will instantly transport you to this splendid location in the Lake District National Park.

If you are looking for artwork which will take you on a journey without getting your feet wet, then this must be it. Hope you like it too.

PLEASE NOTE: This genuine Limited Edition Artwork is 1 of only 3 in total. This means no more than 3 will ever be produced for sale.  This Limited Edition number is guaranteed by the Artist and confirmed within a signed and registered Certificate of Authenticity.

This artwork also comes complete with a real wood 20mm white gloss frame, and is delivered ready to hang. Other frame options are available at no extra cost.

The inspiration for my art comes from my inner desire to capture the colour and beauty of a specific scene which if missed at that time, could be gone forever.

I use a process whereby the original photograph is carefully modified using digital manipulation to create unique and stunning oil painting style art. Although this particular method can be lengthy, my love for creating this style of art makes the whole process an enjoyable pleasure.

I always print to canvas using archive grade inks and specialist matt varnish. I find canvas (aside from being extremely tough) provides the best texture and depth whilst the specialist pigment inks and varnish deliver wonderful bold, vibrant colours.

Materials used: High grade canvas; Epson archive pigment inks; Specialist acrylic varnish.

Size of Art: 24” x 16” (60.96mm x 40.64mm).

This artwork comes complete with a real wood 20mm white gloss frame, and is delivered ready to hang.

The stretched canvas artwork is inserted into a traditional type picture frame. This option provides the best of both in that you have the beauty and longevity of art on canvas, inserted into a traditional style wooden frame.

If you would like something other than this white gloss frame, alternative frame options are available at no extra cost (this also includes Gallery Wrapped). I can also offer this artwork unframed. This is where the artwork is sent in roll form, which allows the customer to frame it themselves.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any queries regarding my artwork.

W 15.75" x H 24.02"
W 40.00 cm x H 61.00 cm
canvas
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About the Artist

Based in Ilchester, Somerset UK, I’ve had a passion for Photography since my school days back in the 60’s. Of course the advent of digital, has allowed photographers like myself to be ever more creative with their work. My inspiration comes from an inner desire to capture the colour and beauty...

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