Judith Alsop Miles

Watercolour Artist and Plein-air Painting

Friday07 October 2022

In High Places is a series of atmospheric watercolours exploring my fascination with the rocky outcrops that sit high up on the edge of the South Pennine moors.

The Dinner Stone is a table-like rock on Millstone Edge, overlooking Castleshaw Valley in Delph. It was a favourite place of the Saddleworth poet and historian Ammon Wrigley. He wrote a poem about it:  

Where the old rock stands weathered and lone
And black as night, turned into stone,
There's a green church I call my own,
Take my ashes and scatter them there,
Roughly or kindly, just as you care. 

This piece comes in an off-white mount ready for framing to your requirements.

Image size: 25 x 25 cm
Mount size: 36 x 36 cm

In High Places II: Dinner Stone
  • In High Places II: Dinner Stone
  • In High Places II: Dinner Stone

In High Places II: Dinner Stone

£150.00