From the collection celebrating 'Where I Live'. My home area of Dorset is such a beautiful and inspiring landscape, full of outdoor wonders and amazing natural attractions.
One of the most well-known sights on the South Coast, Old Harry, stands tall on Handfast Point at the southern end of Studland Bay.
Old Harry Rocks are the common name for the chalk formations, but Old Harry actually refers to the single stack of chalk that is the furthest out at sea. Another stack known as Old Harry's Wife existed until 1896, but erosion caused her to fall into the water, leaving only a mound.
You can read more about the history of the rock formation in the notes from the sketchbook blog here
This artwork of the iconic Dorset attraction of Old Harry was created first as a sketch, then later using watercolour was painted. It was then digitally transferred and then printed via Giclee.
Available in new 8", 12” or 20” Giclee prints on 310gsm Hahnemühle German Etching (traditional mould-made copperplate printing paper).
'Old Harry' was created on October 12th 2022
- Limited to 50 copies
- Printed using Giclee and Hahnemühle German Etching 310 (gsm) paper for a superior handmade feel.
-Includes 1" border for mounting.