Dunstanburgh by Newton by the Sea - (167)
Dunstanburgh by Newton-by-the-Sea - (167) is a view of the ruin of Dunstanburgh looking down the beach from Newton across the rocks. Dunstanburgh was built in the 13th century by Thomas the Earl of Lancaster who was once the richest man in England. I was playing with two plate prints in an attempt to recreate the Aurora Borealis that is frequently seen along the North East coast and out to the North Sea.
The image was created from a collagraph plate using PVA glue, carborundum and paint to create the textured surface to which the ink is applied using brushes and rags. The second plate was inked to create the atmospheric background sky.
- Limited edition giclee print mounted
- Pigment inks on Innova 310gsm archival paper
- Image size 30 x 30 cm
- Mounted size 46 x 46cm
- Signed and numbered on the front
- Edition 100
- The print is mounted on an acid free, pale cream single window mount with backing board. Hand wrapped in cellophane.
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|Dimensions||33 x 33 x 3 cm|
Category: GICLEE PRINT.