Ric Horner was selection out of 300 applicants to show his work in Moretonhampstead – Dartmoor National Park at the Green Hill Arts gallery. http://www.greenhillarts.co.uk this summer. 2 pieces have sold, but one is still available – see images below.
Scorhill Stone Circle, Devon. Now available from White Wood Gallery, Ashburton. http://www.richorner.com/index.php/2016/11/06/white-wood-gallery-ashburton-dartmoor-devon/
Ric has completed various tree and woodland paintings over the years and will continue to be available for commissions in the future.
Please get in touch on +44-07835294317 if you like see your favourite forest, woodland, or group of trees represented as a painting.
(Images left & bottom) Ric discusses the details of a new woodland commission with clients.
The old Canterbury and Whitstable Railway was sometimes also colloquially referred to as the Crab and Winkle Line – which opened in 1830 was the cutting edge of technology at the time. The Industrial Revolution was happening and all the famous engineers of the time were connected to it.
The original photograph I am working from features a steam train – the Invicta – the locomotive which pulled passengers out of Whitstable on its way to Canterbury in 1952. Today the route is a designated footpath and cycle track.