Carolyn Murphy’s new series of original linocut prints feature East Lancashire landmarks with fantastic views. The popular structures, known as Panopticons, include Burnley’s famous Singing Ringing Tree, Haslingden’s Halo and the Atom at Wycoller.
The Lancashire landmarks were all part of an innovative art and regeneration project, some years ago, and have gone on to capture the local imagination.
A keen walker, Carolyn loves to create a sense of place and space. She sought to capture the drama of these wild locations. “I love the contrast between these human structures and their untamed settings”, she explained.
This set of three original linocuts are all in small limited editions. The image size is 21 cm x 21 cm.
Longitude Gallery in Clitheroe regularly show Carolyn’s work and sell her work on their website. They have included this new linocut series in their shop on EASEL too, which you can check out here.