Framed Gooderstone Pines, Breckland, Norfolk. Arboretum Colour Block Collection Fine Art Print - available in 9 colours
Framed Gooderstone Pines, Breckland, Norfolk
Historic plantings of Scots pines (Pinus sylvestris)strike dynamic boundary lines through the Breckland landscape. The original hedgerows, that created these famous contorted trees, are now mainly defunct leaving the twisted trunks to stand proud against the vast East Anglian sky.
This group of Scots pines can be found in line with a path near Gooderstone, at grid ref. 762030 - they are part of the famous trees in the Cockley Cley area.
More information about this iconic East Anglian feature can be found in the research paper below by Professor Tom Williamson.
The Arboretum Colour Block Collection is a unique study of living trees that can be easily found in the Norfolk landscape - locations are listed in the titles. Drawn by multi-award winning artist Jac Scott MRBS this contemporary collection features striking swathes of dense matt colour that can be selected to compliment your taste or any interior scheme.
Fine art giclee* printin soft white mount
framed by local professional picture framers in a contemporary square profile, wooden frame with a grain texture, in grey or white.
Frame measures 767 x 367mm
We only use the best quality art materials to showcase and protect our artwork
The drawings are reproduced as giclee 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. Utopia's prints are created by specialist fine art printers and members of the Fine Art Trade Guild.
The mount board is certified by the Fine Art Trade Guild for showcasing without fading or damaging the artwork material.
crisp 45 degree bevel on inner edge
core is bright white
Framed especially for you by local professional framers in contemporary square profile, wooden frame with a grain texture, in either grey or white.
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.
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