Two Cedars, Holkham Hall, Norfolk. Arboretum Giclee Print Two Cedars, Holkham Hall, Norfolk. Arboretum Giclee Print Two Cedars, Holkham Hall, Norfolk. Arboretum Giclee Print Two Cedars, Holkham Hall, Norfolk. Arboretum Giclee Print Two Cedars, Holkham Hall, Norfolk. Arboretum Giclee Print
Two Cedars, Holkham Hall, Norfolk. Arboretum Giclee Print Two Cedars, Holkham Hall, Norfolk. Arboretum Giclee Print Two Cedars, Holkham Hall, Norfolk. Arboretum Giclee Print Two Cedars, Holkham Hall, Norfolk. Arboretum Giclee Print Two Cedars, Holkham Hall, Norfolk. Arboretum Giclee Print

Two Cedars, Holkham Hall, Norfolk. Arboretum Giclee Print

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Arboretum Collection

A collection of contemporary works of art inspired by specimen trees found in Norfolk drawn by multi-award winning artist Jac Scott MRBS.

A deep love of trees inspired this collection of black and white studies by artist Jac Scott. The monotone works feature a striking colour block selected from a palette of nine earth colours. Designed to compliment any interior the Arboretum Collection is a unique study of living trees that can be easily found in the landscape - locations are listed in the titles or through grid references.

The prints are available framed and unframed in 3 sizes: A3, A2 & A1.

Two Cedars, Holkham Hall, Norfolk. 

The pair of cedars, Cedrus, form a striking sculptural statement in the parkland of Holkham Hall. They can be easily found on the right hand side of the park off the main driveway.

Giclee Print

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] by specialist fine art printers. 

Technique

Multi-award winning artist Jac Scott, a member of the Royal British 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 – an average drawing takes about four days to complete. 

Unframed prints 
The prints are packaged with card and a cellophane wrap to prevent damage. Please note that there is a blank border around the printed area to:

  • protect the printed edge
  • allow for mounting

The Arboretum Collection is also available framed - examples from across the collection are featured here to illustrate the frame options.

Framed giclee prints

A3 prints are available with white mounts and simple square-profile black wooden frames - as featured. The pictures hang from 'D' ring fixings and cord.

A2 prints are available with white mounts and scoop-profile white wooden frames. The pictures hang from 'D' ring fixings and cord.

A1 prints are treated differently - these are captured in Utopia’s signature style - a glass sandwich that reveals the wall behind, creating a floating effect that harnesses the wall behind as a picture mount. (See photos) The wooden moulding, available in black or white, with a chunky deep modern profile is made to order by our neighbours Fineline Frames. http://www.finelineframes.co.uk/ To allow for this bespoke service an order takes around 3 weeks to fulfil. These giant pictures hang from side-mounted mirror plates.

A1 Frame dimensions height 108cm x width 82.5cm

A1 Print dimensions inside frame height 85cm x 60 cm

Shipping Framed A1 prints - Please note that the giant scale of this picture means we are unable to ship it to you, so please arrange collection from the gallery. Should you wish to arrange a courier yourself then we are happy to assist with packaging.

Utopia charges a flat rate of £10 for all deliveries in the UK mainland unless stated otherwise. If purchasing from outside the UK please contact us for a shipping quote.

 

 

 

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