Wooden Tower of St Leonard's - A4 Digital Print
Some time ago I made a promise to myself to paint St Leonard’s Church in Middleton, Manchester. I'd been meaning to paint its Wooden tower for a long time. The Church dominated my childhood, so it’s a personal perspective.. We learnt about it’s history at school. It’s unique wooden clock tower on a medieval church. The secret passageways used during the reformation with tales of ghosts still haunting them. Not quite the pristine image of church people like to portray. In short everything that could fire the imagination of a child.
I’ve even been to family weddings there. It’s quite a traditional subject matter but I’ve given it a new perspective.
All copyrights are retained by the artist, and the artwork cannot be reproduced without consent from Cathy Read.
The print is 29.7cm high by 21cm wide. The original image was created in England in 2015.
Care: Display under glass. Keep print away from moisture, heat and bright lights or direct sunlightThe image is created with masking fluid before painting it with watercolour wash covered with clingfilm. Once this is removed the picture is further developed using acrylic inks which are left to dry before the masking is removed to reveal the final picture.
This is an A4 digital print. One of an edition of 150.