Digital abstract Peak District landscape painting inspired by two stones which seem to form an entrance to the iron age fort, with the outline of Carl Wark and the silhoutte of Higger Tor in the distance.
Available as a greeting card in my Folksy shop:
Prints and various clothing and homewares on Redbubble:
Sorry if you’ve seen this one before, I have already shared it on Instagram and Facebook but I keep forgetting to add things to my blog. Apologies in advance for the next few posts as well!
A couple of quick watercolour sketches from a misty June walk in the Peak District, taking in the views from Winyards Nick below Over Owler Tor.
View towards High Lees, Hathersage. You can just about make out Scraperlow Hall amongst the trees and Derwent Moors fading into the distance.
View towards Mitchell Field.
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I could draw (and walk) these hills and moorlands all day.
Digital illustration of a distant hillside catching the late autumn sun. Burnt orange tones of bracken and moorland grasses dominate the foreground, where you can just make out the last flecks of purple heather. Two crows circle in the sky above. Inspired by the beautiful upland landscapes of the Dark Peak area of the Peak District National Park in Derbyshire.
Limited edition prints of this will be available soon, I’m just checking out some print services. In the meantime you can get open editions and all the usual clothing and homewares on Redbubble!
Here it is – your free March 2017 desktop calendar download. It’s a muted version of my Hathersage Moor digital painting, the original version of which is available on my RedBubble and Society6.
As before, click/tap on the image to view full size then right click or tap to save. I’ve moved the calendar top right because I found it was getting in my way bottom right. It won’t work as well for phone wallpaper but I guess the calendar part isn’t much use for phone wallpaper anyway? Let me know, I can move it again (top left?) for April :D
Digital painting inspired by the gritstone escarpments of Stanage Edge and the Burbage Valley in the Derbyshire Peak District near Sheffield. Made with the Procreate app.
T-shirts, mugs, prints etc., available on Redbubble and Society6.
Also available as a card handmade by me, from my Folksy shop.