Richmond artist Lucy Pittaway has unveiled her new autumn collection.
The work has gone on show at the Lucy Pittaway Art Galleries in Brompton-on-Swale and Richmond.
A ten-piece collection of original artwork will be exhibited at the Brompton-on-Swale gallery until October 7 with prints on display in the Richmond gallery.
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Lucy’s new collection is inspired by some of the North-East’s most iconic landmarks and landscapes such as Haworth, Roseberry Topping in Teesside and Penhill in Yorkshire, including a return by popular demand of Lucy’s famous sheep artwork in countryside settings, and joined by quirky Highland cattle in a colourful, bright and vibrant collection of work.
Lucy said: “I have so enjoyed working on my latest collection inspired by many places I visited in the North as a child and more recently with my own children.
“To sit and draw my happy memories of such stunning places with my pastels has been a wonderful experience.
“I hope the people of the North East and Yorkshire can see some of their own visits in many of the pieces too.”
The full collection along with Lucy’s wider works of art are available to view at www.lucypittaway.co.uk