Path to the Stile

Path to the Stile

Path to the Stile

£1100.00

 The interaction between us and the landscapes fascinates  particularly the marks we make on the hills with our feet. This is the path at Coed LLangyfan in North Wales and leads on to the  Offas Dyke path. It is one that I and my dog take frequently him bounding ahead to wait for me at the stile ( just out of site) . If I stop to draw for more than 10 minutes he bounds back to see what I am  doing and gives me an encouraging bark to remind  me to get moving,

The fibres are dyed in the most light fast dyes, madder ( reds oranges and corals)  Indigo ( blues) Genista tinctoria ( yellows & and the yellow component of the greens)  can still be seen colouring the Bayeux Tapestry. This picture is one where I have both machine and hand stitched on the surface the hand stitching has bene sttiched with  naturally dyed Linen threads

The pIcture is mounted in an antique white mount ( 2.5 inches)  and framed in a slightlytextured charcoal frame ( 1.5 inches)  and is 50 cm wide by 91 cm ( 19.4 inches X 28 nches )

To ensure its longevity please hang the picture out of direct sunlight

Pictures are carefully  packed in a  supporting rigid cardboard frame and sent by courier