Oils on smooth artist-quality gessoboard, 7×5 inches (17 x 12cm approx). Unframed. While walking on the high slopes that take the traveller along the top edges of Cheddar Gorge, it is possible to get a wide view of the Cheddar Valley, and a sight-line to the distinctive shape of Crook Peak.
This painting was derived from the experiences of a morning-time walk; the far distant hilltop soars above the tiny dotted houses of Axbridge, and is framed by bracken and trees.
The work will be posted flat in protective fold-around bookwrapper style packaging, with suitable protective paper/tissue and board.