All Saints Church, Handley – Limited Edition Print


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Signed Limited Edition Print
Size: 38 x 48.2cm
Edition of 25
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  • High quality, fine art giclée print on smooth cotton 315gsm archival paper.
  • Printed with a white border.
  • Actual image size: (H x W): 30.4cm x 40.6cm.
  • Signed and numbered by the artist in pencil.
  • 20% of sale price will be donated to All Saints Church.

The image is taken from the original oil painting on canvas of All Saints Church painted by Gary Armer.

I have organised with the council at All Saints Church for 20% of every sale (£15) to be donated to the church to help with the conservation of this stunning place of worship.

The prints are sold unframed and will be shipped carefully rolled in a parcel tube. I offer free delivery to any address in the UK mainland. For international sales please email me for an accurate postage quote.

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The prints are made from an image of an original oil painting of All Saints Church which I painted in 2017.

I developed the painting by first completing a plein air colour study of the church, church grounds and sky. I planned the composition by trying different thumbnail sketches of the church to determine the best viewpoint before setting up my field easel and canvas board.

Working on a 12″ x 16″ canvas board (the same as the planned final painting) I was able to establish the main tonal shifts across the building and really understand the different colour variations of the sandstone.

I took a series of reference photographs and managed to develop the colour study to a point where I was happy before rain stopped play!

Back in the studio, the colour study was invaluable as I progressed what would be the final painting on a fine detail canvas.

While it proved to be time consuming, I made the decision to accurately depict the stonework stone by stone. The light coloured mortar between the stones created some interesting grid patterns and a looser, suggestive approach wouldn’t have done this masonry justice.

The details of the arched windows, gargoyles, castellated tower and gravestones were all great fun to paint and I think these details help bring the painting to life.

If you would like to know more about this particular piece or organise a studio visit to see the quality of the prints in person then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.