By Alison Erridge – ‘Autumn Boreen’ watercolour painting depicting an Autumn in a grass and tree lined road. A Boreen is a country lane way with very little if any traffic. Perhaps and old lane now only for access to fields.
This ‘Autumn Boreen’ watercolour painting shows the natural growth and beauty of our landscape in Auumn. Alison Erridge is the artist and it depicts the lush colours and textures in Autumn alongside the country lane. Alison’s use of watercolour shows the unspoiled nature of the country laneways. The shapes and structures of the bank in rich Autumn time are typical of our countryside. The growth of the plants in the landscape is full and rich in quantity and colour.
Double mounted in an off white mount, therefore it ready for framing
Dimensions – 12 ins wide x 10 ins wide (31 x 25 cm)
Alison works and lives in Ireland since 1970. She began the first shop in this cottage. In her career she was a previous vice chairperson of the Crafts Council of Ireland and Chairperson of the Irish Patchwork society.
She exhibited her paintings and fabric art in Ireland, USA, Heidelberg, Salzburg and Tokyo. Her work features in the series ‘Hands’ by David Shaw Smith.
She learnt to draw and paint from William Liley, her father, who taught in Art School.
Alison Erridge designs all our cards, notelets, pottery and placemats for sale in our shop today. They are in the pottery, placemats, and cards categories on our site.