Mossy woodland on the upper parts of a steep slope. The rock here is basalt – a dark igneous rock originally laid down (or, rather, poured out) in a series of layers so that we now see a stepped landscape in which waterfalls are prominent in places along the tops of the steep step faces.
Details: Coloured pencil; 2011; 30 cm x 21 cm. Unframed: original £200; print £30.
Included in the gallery Trees 1