Hanging on the gallery wall

Grey wash

      Number eight, the final print in the series of small linocuts inspired by the West Norfolk landscape.
      The flooded land or washes between the river and drain embankments where the excess water seems to almost reach the farms.
      In the shallower areas the debris, plants and weeds stick out of the water giving an untidy and chaotic appearance, in fact nothing could be further from the truth. The management of the water is a testimonial to the skill of the drainage commissioners and the local boards.
      Some of the prints in the series are new subjects and others are simply favourite places and pike fishing venues revisited and re-worked. The entire series will be printed in three colours on 300gsm Somerset Satin White with an image area of 15cm x 15cm in editions of 15 prints.
      All of the prints are available for purchase from the Two Terriers blog via the comment box or the email address in the 'About Me' section.