Crossing The Bridge Tadcaster

by

Olivia Pilling

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Crossing The Bridge Tadcaster
Price
795
Dimensions (Width x Height) 16" x 20" inches

Crossing The Bridge Tadcaster – original painting for sale Olivia Pilling

On February 2017 this magnificent bridge reopened once again and is here captured in a completely new way by Olivia Pilling.

Framed original acrylic on board by Olivia Pilling .

Crossing The Bridge Tadcaster – original painting for sale . Tadcaster Bridge or Wharfe Bridge spans the River Wharfe in Tadcaster, North Yorkshire, England. The road bridge is believed to date from around 1700. It is the main route connecting the two sides of the town and one of two road crossings in the town. Despite being a hugely impressive construction Tadcaster Bridge partially collapsed on 29 December 2015 after flooding that followed Storm Eva. 

Olivia Pilling takes her inspiration from the small industrial town landscapes and architecture of the Pennines. She brings together the rolling hills and valleys, the mills and towering chimneys to form natural semi-absract shapes.

She uses acrylic paint on canvas and the vibrant, intense colours applied with spontaneous brush strokes give her pictures a lively and joyful appearance.

Born Todmorden, Lancashire.

While still a student she had solo and mixed shows in The Midlands, London and the North West.

She takes her inspiration from the small industrial town landscapes and architecture of the Pennines. She brings together the rolling hills and valleys, the mills and towering chimneys to form natural semi-absract shapes.

She uses acrylic paint on canvas and the vibrant, intense colours applied with spontaneous brush strokes give her pictures a lively and joyful appearance.

Pilling is quickly gaining a reputation as a growing talent and has already had three consecutive sell out shows with Collect Art

 

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