Part of the ‘Distant Horizons’ collection.
Rising up above the ridge of the Preseli mountains in Pembrokeshire, is a rugged outcrop of granite called Carn Ingli. It is always cloaked in heathers of every purple, and in the autumn, turns an incredible pinky russet colour as the bracken changes with the seasons. When you walk here, you will always be amazed by the contrasts in colours, the textures of the vegetation, and the way the wind swirls around the peak. However, you will never find crowds here. It is always a place of real solitude.
I have used bold vibrant acrylics with big free marks because I hope evoke the sense of the wild open space, and the wind.