Honey Hill in Spring - an original acrylic painting by Roger Griffiths
A striking original acrylic painting by Roger Griffiths, a view of Honey Hill, Cold Ashby in Northamptonshire in abstract.
The artist has chosen a colour palette of mainly blues and greens, with accents of yellows, oranges and purples to bring the scene to life. This is one of the more abstracted paintings from the artist, one that shows the landscape transitioning from spring into summer.
The picture is painted on canvas and is stretched ready for framing. The image measures 600 x 400 mm.
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The picture is priced at £150 plus £10 UK delivery.
About the artist
Roger aims to express the underlying patterns in the landscape generated by his interest in geology and geography, but the interpretations are not intended to be fully representational. He finds particularly interesting the landscapes in areas of transition between lowland and upland, and sea and land, with features such as hill farms marking past and present human activity, field patterns and rock outcrops. His interpretation is based on a feeling for a landscape rather than what is seen, its past heritage and land uses, and he aims to abstract the structure of the land set within an impressionistic background. Subjects depict his local area of Northamptonshire and the Midlands, but also extend to all parts of England and Wales.