A Hollow Hill

A Hollow Hill

The title of this ongoing series (Mountains Green) alludes to the line in William Blake's 'Jerusalem'. Although various interpretations of the meaning of this poem have been put forward, essentially I am using it in the context of bringing together a longing for both the mountainous North, and the rolling hills of the South Downs. The images are intended to convey a sense of reverence for a mysterious paradise, which I approach through the act of walking in favoured landscapes, paying attention to both inner and outer experience in a particular way, and seeing what images arise.

25(w) x 25(h) x 0.5(d) cm

Acrylic on wood panel


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