Crane Number 30 – Bristol Harbourside – Mounted Limited Edition Art Print by Vanilla White Pictures
On the quayside the magnificent industrial structures of the last four electrically-powered cargo cranes of over 30 originally on the harbourside. Built in 1951 by Stothert & Pitt.
Sue says "My line drawings create the form and structure with an accent on the character of the architecture. I combine this with overlapping blocks of translucent colour inspired by graphics used in 1950’s posters. My contemporary take on this technique adds texture and character to the design, introducing colour where appropriate to create a less formal and a light hearted design."
Pictures are printed on a smooth, heavyweight, 100% cotton matt archival art paper with a faint raised texture. Mounted in a bright white double thickness mount, ready for framing. Prints are sent packed flat.
Each Picture size – 37x27cm
Each Finished Mounted size – 40x30cm
Pictures are strictly LIMITED EDITION PRINTS signed, numbered and limited to 250.
Meet Vanilla White Pictures
Sue Porter of Vanilla White Pictures is an illustrator and photographic artist creating art from architecture.
Her portfolio of contemporary pictures and greeting cards are created from her ink drawings, photography and mixed media. Her passion is architecture, and in her unique style she explores buildings and landmarks from urban cityscapes and industrial design to rural and countryside subjects.
“My passion is architecture - the buildings and landmarks around us inspire my pictures. I let the architecture dictate the treatment of the photograph, creating a representational artwork. Share with me the enjoyment of the character and beauty of our man made surroundings“.
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