The Market Lost. What happens when the wild bites back? A thoughtful composition combing two of my great loves, Malmesbury and nature. I love the idea of Malmesburys most ancient monument being over run by nature, a sort of Mad Max apocalypse but Wiltshire! Why roses ? Well 7 years ago I used to prune the roses at Abbey House Gardens, all 2000 of them, I figure if any plant is going to prosper around the Market Cross it’s Ian Pollard’s (RIP) superb climbers!
This is an edition of 10. Very awkward sourcing a piece of wood this wide to fit the artwork. It took me 6 hours just to cut one layer of this 17 layer stencil!
Size is 55cm high by 45 cm wide. Signed on the front, numbered titled and dated on the rear. Ready to hang using premium picture wire.
You can also direct message with enquiries on this one. It’s quite a bespoke purchase and you may wish to reserve via a deposit and then collect.