Corby Crags are on the B6341 between Rothbury and Alnwick near Edlingham in Northumberland. As the road meanders and climbs, suddenly the landscape opens up on the left to reveal a vista of low rolling hills and fields over to the distant Cheviots.
It’s a subject I’ve painted many times, as the view changes by the moment as the shadows of clouds sweep across the landscape, changing the colours. Looking towards the village of Edlingham, the ruins of the castle and the old viaduct seem to merge into one strange structure.
It’s at its most colourful when the bell heather and ling are in full bloom and the windswept rowan trees are laden with scarlet berries.
Printed with a white border, on a heavy duty matt paper. Shipped flat, without mount, ready to frame.