A print of an ordinary place and an ordinary view, Plaw Field, a field that runs to about fifty acres in total although the original big field has been broken up into several smaller fields with the largest of them being a twentytwo acre expanse. At the moment the land is planted with peas and wheat, the peas are next years seed peas and the wheat will go for milling. The dyke is almost bone dry now, a benefit of only five or six millimetres of rain in the last month and the peas certainly need some rain to help them along, no the rain will arrive in an excess before too long.
Plaw Field. Linocut printed in eight colours on 300gsm Madrid Litho White in an edition of twelve. Image size 150mm x 200mm. £85.00