With this piece I tried something completely new to me. I've often created woodland compositions but this was the first with reflections. There was a satisfying symmetry in the flooded forest idea that I was keen to represent - it required careful planning! I deliberately emphasized the abstract qualities of the dark bars of the tree trunks against the light. Flashes of colour indicate refracted light bouncing off the water. The thinner branches were drawn strongly using the transfer monotype technique. I hope to return to this theme and develop it some more. I used rollers and dabbers to spread out the ink then made marks with a cloth and other tools. I built up layers of over-lapping colous by printing serveral times. I incorporated textures by impressing inked up wallpaper and fabric. I also used paper stencils to make the crisp edges.

This giclee reproduction is made to the highest standards on high quality paper. The accuracy of colour to the original is first rate.

 

Available mounted or unmounted 
If you can't select an option it's out of stock and will be back in soon.

 

Mounted option: it comes with an acid free soft white window mount and backing board. Cellophane wrapped and carefully flat-packed in a strong cardboard box. 
UK shipping £15

 

Unmounted option: It comes wrapped in tissue and plastic and rolled in a wide strong tube. UK shipping £8

Still Waters Run Deep giclée print

£215.00Price
Options for framing and mounting
  • Limited edition giclée print
  • Pigment inks on Innova 310gsm archival paper
  • Image size 51 x 76 cm
  • Mounted size 69 x 92.5 cm
  • Signed and numbered on the front
  • edition 100

 

International customers please select unmounted. I currently ship to USA, Canada, Europe, Australia and New Zealand . Please get in touch for other destinations.

Rebecca Vincent

The Hearth, Main Road, Horsley, Northumberland NE15 0NT

Email info@rebecca-vincent.co.uk

Phone 07717 256169

Photographs by Alun Calendar for Country Living and Kate Buckingham for Hexham Courant

©2016 by Rebecca Vincent.

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