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The transience of cloud formations and shifting light in ever changing flux is a source of fascination that finds expression in my charcoal drawings. Crossing the moor on foot, returning homewards in a westerly direction, provides ample opportunity to study dramatic late afternoon skycapes. The sinking sun's beams are called crepuscular rays and are full of drama.



Willow Charcoal on smooth paper.


Dimensions 36 cm x 33 cm


Free UK postage and packaging.


This original drawing is unframed and unmounted, it will be carefully rolled in tissue and shipped as appropriate either in a sturdy cardboard tube or between flat boards.


Pouring Light

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