Wildwood at the Dewerstones, Dartmoor
Wildwood at the Dewerstones, Dartmoor


The Dewerstones are a stunning outcrop of granite rocks on the slopes of the riverPlym on the Southwest edge of Dartmoor National Park. They are situated in a natural woodland of gnarled and bent oaks covered in lichen. In short: it doesn't come much more natural than that in England. I love this area as an inspiration for paintings and in this case a drawing in pencil. Pencil is great for sketching but such a beautiful medium in its own right! I hope you agree... Fixed with Winsor&Newton fixative to prevent smudging.

  • Type: Drawing
  • Medium: Other
  • Materials: Farrel&Gold graphite pencils on 160g acid free paper
  • 29 × 24 × 0.1 cm (unframed) / 26.5 × 21.5 cm (actual image size)
  • This artwork is sold unframed
  • One of a kind artwork
  • Signed by the artist on the front

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