Malham Cove art print, 10″ x 10″ limited edition art print

Malham Cove art print is a limited edition of 95, by felt artist Janine Jacques.

“Thistles At Malham Cove” art print

We embarked on our walk from Malham village toward Malham Cove. Passing through lush green meadows, the gentle trickle of a nearby stream accompanied our steps.

The meadows were adorned with clusters of purple thistles, adding vibrant splashes of color to the otherwise green and rocky landscape. The sight of Malham Cove in the distance left us in awe, its grandeur truly remarkable.

about this Malham Cove art print

This giclee* fine art print is a reproduction from the professionally scanned original felt art piece. Customers frequently praise the quality of the prints, finding them even better in person than they appear online.

*Giclee – pronounced “zhee-clay,” is french for “to spray” giclee art prints are of the finest quality, using pigmented inks, to ensuring your prints will last for many years to come.


• Square giclee art print
• Printed area size 10″x10″ inches
• Paper size 12″ x 12″ (white paper boarder all around the printed area)
• Limited edition print (only 95 will be produced in this size)
• Printed on Museum Heritage 310gsm textured paper
• Using Ultrachrome inks giving you light fastness in excess of 75 years
• Signed and numbered by myself (Janine Jacques)
• You will receive the next sequential numbered print (upto 95)
• Slight variations in colors from the photograph may occur.

Postage and Packaging

Your fine art print will be placed in a cellophane bag with a backing board and extra cardboard to keep your art print flat and in perfect condition.

It will be posted through Royal Mail, tracked 24 hour service, for UK and International orders.

The Process:-

Drawing on my degree in Fine Art, I use 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 using the ‘wet felting’ technique to make the wool painting into a piece of felt. 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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