It comes with an envelope and is wrapped in cello and lines from the poem are printed on the reverse.
Approximately 21cm x 15cm.
This is a card of an original felting by Rowena Scotney. It is inspired by a favourite country road and sea view, approaching Morvah, a wonderful hamlet on the coast in West Penwith, Cornwall.
It is also inspired by the poet W.S. Graham and the line ‘Three foxglove summers ago’ from ‘The Thermal Stair, an elegy to the painter Peter Lanyon.
The original was created firstly with wet-felted base layers and then further layers of needle-felting and fibres were added for depth and texture. Finally, Rowena embellished with stitching and beading.
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