Arboretum Collection: Floated & Framed Creake Cathedral, Norfolk no.11 of 50 Fine Art Print
Utopia: The Unexpected Gallery presents a collection of prints from original black and white drawings by multi-award winning artist Jac Scott. Inspired by the beautiful Norfolk landscape the sensitive renderings capture both a love of nature and a contemporary approach to drawing.
Creake Cathedral, Norfolk
Gracing fields in the parish of North Creake, an avenue of poplar (genus Populas, family Salicaceae) trees form a natural cathedral. A wonderful place to stand at nature’s altar and worship with the plethora of fine arching branches forming an airy canopy above pillars of wood, with a grassy aisle down its centre.
The trees are on private land but can be viewed from the road at map grid reference 816382.
The print has a decorative torn edge. Framed in our signature style - a glass sandwich is created where the wall is revealed, creating a floating effect that harnesses the wall behind as a picture mount.
Dimensions: 63cm x 63cm x 3cm
Multi-award winning artist Jac Scott, a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors, approaches drawing in a similar vein to that of the traditional building process of creating a sculpture. The rhythm of multiple marks both build and extract until a form evolves from the ground. Her technique is paradoxically quick in hand movement yet slow to build.
Signed, catalogued, limited edition of 50, fine art prints, framed or unframed. A collection of black and white prints of original drawings of birds and real trees found in Norfolk. The drawings are Giclée prints [a fine art digital printing process combining pigment based inks with high quality archival quality paper to achieve an inkjet print of superior archival quality, light fastness and stability] by specialist fine art printers on Hahnemuhle German Etching 310gsm pH neutral paper made from 100% cellulose.
Due to the weight and high glass content in this picture we do not offer delivery on this item. Please purchase and arrange collection from the gallery.