Looking Back From Ashton Court

Panoramic illustration by Bristol artist Emily Ketteringham showing a view across Bristol from Ashton Park, including the terraces of Clifton and Hotwells, Cabot Tower, the Bonded warehouses, and much more. Drawn in clean lines with flat, bold colours.
‘Looking back from Ashton Court’
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I love walking in Ashton Court.  This panorama shows the view looking back across Bristol from the car park (very glamorous!) You can see the houses of Clifton on the right, across the colourful terraces of Clifton Village and Hotwells, to the reassuring bulk of the Bonded Warehouses.

My prints are a modern take on the city view. They have proved very popular as birthday and wedding gifts, are often bought for colleagues, and for those poor souls who are leaving Bristol. Of course the best gift is the one you buy for yourself, so if you would like one of my prints on your wall, please select the size you would like, then click on the button to be taken to PayPal.

Prints will be delivered in a sturdy cardboard tube. UK postage is free, for elsewhere in the World, please contact me before ordering.

Each of my cityscapes starts with me taking numerous photos of my chosen view. I then head to my studio to get drawing, first in pencil, then pen. After scanning my drawing, I spend a ridiculous amount of time adding the colour digitally, before the resulting high resolution image is finally printed on a large format printer as an archival quality Giclée Print.

This panorama come in two sizes, 100 x 30cm (edition of 100), and 70 x 21cm (edition of 125). Each is numbered, signed, and embossed in the corner with my stamp.