The Solway Viaduct – acrylic 30″×24″ 3D canvas. This painting shows the remains of a railway viaduct that crossed the Solway Firth between England and Scotland. It opened in1869 and was dismantled in 1934. This is the English side at Bowness-on-Solway in Cumbria, a place that is also at one end of the Hadrian’s Wall Path, a 84 mile long National Trail of great interest.

Comments

  • texnotropio
    texnotropioover 3 years ago

    Great depth perspective. Congrats!

  • MIchelle Thompson
    MIchelle Thompsonover 3 years ago

    Stunning – love it. Michelle

  • Rachael Gorton
    Rachael Gortonover 3 years ago

    Lovely misty effect and fabulous sense of depth. Well done!

  • Thanks.

    – Robert Bellett

  • Val Spayne
    Val Spayneover 3 years ago

    You live in a lovely part of the world Robert. Like the atmosphere you have created in this painting.

  • Thank you. Do you know, living here is like being on holiday all the time.

    – Robert Bellett

  • judyjones
    judyjonesover 3 years ago

    I haven’t seen your work before , this is excellent both in composition and texture , and it has a lovely melancholy resonating.

  • I’ve used a degree of artistic licence to create a particular type of atmosphere but given the right weather conditions I’m sure this place can seem quite other-worldly. Thanks for your comments.

    – Robert Bellett

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