Voyage Round Great Britain 2021/22 Regular
An island nation with over 11,000 miles of coastline, a mix of history, wild beauty and picturesque villages. It is made up of varying geographical features, including island, bays, headlands and peninsulas. Britain’s coastline has played an important role in shaping our island’s history. It’s a story of maritime excellence, of trade routes and invasions, of defence, exploration and ship building. I have created 42 views of coastal views, painting and printing digitally, between February 2021 and July 2022. To accompany my images I have used extracts of text by Richard Ayton and William Daniell from their publication of 1814 where they relate to my illustrations.
75 Regular copies
19 x 12½ ins (48 x 32cm), 110pp, 42 full colour double-spread illustrations, printed on 190gsm Bockingford mould-made watercolour paper with a 12 colour Epson large format printer using archive inks. Text, 20-point Bembo, printed on 225gsm Zerkall mould-made paper. Quarter-bound in leather and printed cloth in a canvas covered slipcase.