This piece is my interpretation of the window in the chapel at the castle in Skipton, England. I enjoy the contrast of the elegance of the carvings in the window itself in contrast to the more rugged stone surrounding it. I had fun playing with various techniques for texture in this piece. I love the peace that it embodies. The original window has looked out across many years of history, and yet still stands confident that it will continue to do so.
Note: Prints are on matte archival paper and can be framed as you desire. Giclees are on Somerset Velvet archival paper mounted to a wooden panel with a profile of about 1″ thick. This gives a similar look to my original paintings which are painted on a similar surface. This type of giclee can either be hung as is, or framed. Minor cropping may occur depending on the size, but should not be noticeable.