A Moorland Outlook

A Moorland Outlook 5×7″ acrylic on board MORE INFO This ORIGINAL is SOLD but there’s lots more Peak District art and prints for sale in my Folksy shop. Sand and rock softly crunching underfoot, the path cuts through brittle, fragrant heather towards the distant outcrop. You clamber up and over the rough cold stone, squeezeContinue reading “A Moorland Outlook”

Rain over Burbage Moor

Rain over Burbage Moor Sian Vernon, 2018 Pastel on paper BUY ORIGINAL 9×12 inches BUY PRINT A4 Just released, this brooding pastel painting inspired by Burbage Moor and an approaching rainstorm obscuring the distant hills. There’s lots more Peak District art and prints available for sale in my Folksy shop – please click and haveContinue reading “Rain over Burbage Moor”

Return to the Secret Garden

Almost a year to the day since I last went to the Secret Garden near Surprise View. It was such a beautiful day I had to get a bit of outdoor therapy and moorland inspiration for some new Peak District art. Gorgeous spring colours, shadows and textures, and lots of silver birches of course. I alsoContinue reading “Return to the Secret Garden”

Hazy Autumn Peak District Sunset

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 landscapesContinue reading “Hazy Autumn Peak District Sunset”

Hathersage Moor, Peak District digital sketch

Video of my digital landscape sketch using the Procreate app. This painting is a view of Over Owler Tor and Mother Cap from Higger Tor. One of my favourite parts of Hathersage Moor Derbyshire in the Peak District National Park, near Sheffield UK. Get it as a print or on stuff at Society6 or RedBubble

Weekly Photo Challenge: The Hue of You

The upland landscape of the Peak District National Park, with its dramatic grey tors, purple heathers and windswept greens, provides endless inspiration for me. When I’m not physically out there, breathing in its therapeutic air, I’m constantly revisiting it, often though the colours I surround myself with. This post is a response to The DailyContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: The Hue of You”