Wednesday, 2 March 2011

Landscapes and Textures

More new work from Lancashire. The first two photographs were shot in the shadow of the famous Pendle Hill, an area famous for what has become known as 'The Lancashire Witches'. In 1612, a group of people from this area were tried and executed in the biggest witch trial ever held in England. Ten men and women were hanged at Lancaster Gaol for witchcraft. More on the Pendle Witches, including transcripts of their confessions, can be found here.

The Witchfinder Watching, 2011

Where Witches Walked, 2011

And these next two images are a return to my familiar themes of textures and surfaces, and the intersection of the natural and man-made world.

The Woodshed, 2011

A Cut Through Time, 2011

As always, various prints and finish options available at Etsy.

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