'The downs breaking their wave, yet one pale quarry: and all the barns and stacks either a broken pink, or a verdurous green; and then the walk by the wall; and the church; and the great tithe barn. How England consoles and warms one, in these deep hollows, where the past stands almost stagnant.'
24 December, 1940
The Diary of Virginia Woolf, V, pp. 346.
Unique A5 artwork on paper, comes with an A4 white mount.
Mixed media: handmade printmaking techniques, collage, inks, pen work, stitching with metallic thread
Avoid displaying in direct sunlight