Trespassing For Art VI
Pastel and pencil on paper
38 x 51 x 2.5 cm framed
While searching for some gigantic red fir trees seen from the road, I found I had to cross private land owned by a sawmill to get to them. As no one was around I began to quickly record the woodland I was in as the autumn colours were vivid that day and glowed in the blue English light. This drawing records the track I came across in the woods which was lined by firs and birch trees which faded into the distant fog and a kite flies overhead.
There is now a series of five drawings.
Trespassing For Art VI is a drawing on painted paper made using pastel pencils, coloured pencils and graphite. The underlying vermillion acrylic paint breaks through the textured pastels which remain unblended and raw. The dominant colours are turquoise and yellow ochre which when applied and mixed over the vermillion paper create the deep, layered, natural colours of autumn.
Professionally framed in a bespoke dark grey wooden box frame with matching mount and standard glass.
Posted carefully wrapped and double boxed.