Cleveland Way Art, Felt Art, Sutton Bank, North Yorkshire, Framed size 48 x 65cm (h x w)

Cleveland Way Art, “Lake View at Sutton Bank”, North Yorkshire. An original felt art landscape painting by felt artist Janine Jacques.

This is currently at the Watermark Gallery please call them to purchase:-

Watermark Gallery
8 Royal Parade
Harrogate
HG1 2SZ

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Website: watermarkgallery.co.uk

A Yorkshire painting of the beautiful british countryside depicting a view from Sutton Bank which is part of the Cleveland Way in North Yorkshire. An original felt landscape painting.

“Lake View At Sutton Bank”

This was inspired by a visit to Sutton Bank on a very hot and sunny day. We walked along the Cleveland Way to this view overlooking the lake.

It certainly is a magnificent view. You can see so far into the distance with all the little farm fields below and the summer meadow flowers in the foreground. Well worth a visit if you enjoy walking or biking.

You can park at the Sutton Bank National Park Visitor Centre, there is an information centre there for walks and bike trails info. Plus a lovely cafe and a small but lovely play area for the kids in amongst the trees.

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Cleveland Way Art | Framed

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Framed size approx: 48cm x 65cm (h x w).

*Colours may vary slightly from the photographed work.

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The Cleveland Way

The Cleveland Way National Trail is a walking trail through the beautiful North Yorkshire Moorlands to the seaside at Saltburn-by-the-Sea and up the coastline to Filey. It’s 109 miles (175 km) long.

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The Process:-

Drawing on my degree in Fine Art, I use merino wool in lots of different colours (as you would tubes of paint) and lay out the loose fibres of different coloured wool onto my base (as you would paint on canvas).

Once finished the next stage is to make these loose fibres of wool stick together and create the wool painting. You do this by adding hot soapy water and friction. The hot water opens up the wools scales and the friction (rubbing/rolling) binds them together. During this process the wool shrinks by about 15/20% and you end up with one piece of felt material.

Once the felted picture is dry I needle felt into the piece to sharpen some of the details.

The final felt art is attached to a piece of acid free mount board and mounted and framed as seen.

Click here to read more about the process.

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Postage
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£895.00