A linocut of the West Norfolk Fenland in high summer featuring a very different crop but still a crop synonymous with Norfolk, Mustard. The water in the dyke cutting right through the middle of the mustard fields was covered in surface weed and the evenly placed plank bridges, for foot traffic only, were ancient railway sleepers balanced on the sides of the dyke. I bet they’ll be an absolute joy to balance on and walk across in the rain with five or six feet of weedy and slimy water and years of accumulated mud and silt waiting down below. Obviously the maxim there is cross with care.
Cutting through the mustard. Lino print in eleven colours printed on 300gsm Madrid White Litho in and edition of ten. 300mm x 210mm. £125.00