Fairfield,  Classic Lake District.
Fairfield,  Classic Lake District.
Fairfield,  Classic Lake District.
Fairfield,  Classic Lake District.
Fairfield,  Classic Lake District.
Fairfield,  Classic Lake District.
Fairfield,  Classic Lake District.
Fairfield,  Classic Lake District.
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Fairfield, Classic Lake District.

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An impressive signature painting by local artist, Venus Griffiths, an artist very well known for her vibrant use of acrylics in particular. She captures not just the wonderful colours, but also the drama, and enjoyment and one cannot help but feel energised when surrounded by the lakes and mountains, woods and pastures she paints in & around her adopted home, Keswick.

"..the rhythm, the rustling of colours, that is what always enthrals and occupies me", K Schmitt-Rottluff, founding member of Die Brucke, 1905.

Venus's autumnal woodland scenes, Lake District mountain landscapes (see above) and local spring meadow paintings are collected, always in demand.

This view is of Greenhowe End, a well know view of what many consider the classic Lakeland " 'round", the Fairfield Horseshoe, typically completed from Ambleside, a small, bustling market town in the heart of the national park.

Frame Width: 118cm
Frame Height: 93cm
Frame depth: 4cm

Canvass width: 100cm
Canvass height: 75cm

For the Manchester Art Fair online, Venus has added two new paintings this being one of them.

“I am still thrilled and often amazed how a sketch, or idea in my head develops into a finished piece of work".

Venus's work is exhibited in several galleries in the North & has had many solo and shared exhibitions.

"Many people have asked where the name Venus came from. I was named after my maternal grandmother and to the relief of my daughters, the name has not been inflicted on the next generation."

"“Every day I am thankful to be living and painting in the Lakes.” - Venus Griffiths