Hills and Holes 1

Oil on board 8"x12"

Oil on board 8"x12"

Hills and Holes is a wildlife area near the village of  Barnack in Cambridgeshire. Nearly a millenium ago limestone was excavated here to build Peterborough Cathedral, and the resulting landscape is reflected in the name. I painting this facing straight into the sun in late afternoon, reducing the shapes to more or less two contrasting values of green. It looks a bit like a stormy sea in my view and this thought comes across quite well.


~ by noelgarner on May 20, 2009.

2 Responses to “Hills and Holes 1”

  1. Hi Noel, just to say I do enjoy following your blog. Watching our own onion flowers fade this w/e I think your little study is right on the mark, lively, sharp and very well captured, do keep them coming!

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