16.5.12

sunshine and oak leaves


I've been enjoying printing with the sun streaming in through the windows today, pictures of Bristol Suspension Bridge, with the slopes of Leigh Woods covered with big oak leaves and whitebeam leaves (a species of which is native only to the Avon Gorge, which the bridge spans) and a very serious peregrine falcon surveying the scene.

A new selection of my Bristol prints are about to go to The Framing Factory on Bristol docks to replenish the ones that are already there.  Have a look if you find yourself wandering along the docks anytime soon!!








4 comments:

lou said...

Oh wow! This is seriously cool! Love the peregrin... Mel this is my new favourite! xxx

Rainbow Vintage Home said...

This is a stunning print Mel, love the scale of the leaves and the choice of colours. Would look lovely in a prussian blue/mustard combo too, no?! Hm, another thing to add to my ever-growing wishlist! x

Mangle Prints said...

Beautiful prints Mel x

Tracey said...

It looks like its going to be a fantastic print.
Every time I see lino cuts i want to do some again.
Very tempting but no space!!! or time......