Heddon’s Mouth, North Devon

Another painting in acrylics. This is a favourite place of mine and one of the places that entranced me when I first visited North Devon.

The view is with my back to a stony bay looking back up through through the Heddon Valley and the river Heddon flowing down to the beach. The water cascades down from Exmoor and in strong spring tides the waves can push up a pebble ridge that the water flows beneath. In gentler tides the river can flatten the ridge and meander over the pebbles on its way to the sea.

This poster is available to purchase in four sizes from A1, A2, A3 and A4. All prints are made to order snd produced on a silk matt 170gsm paper.

For those who are not familiar with all the ‘A’ paper sizes, a visual guide to these is shown below:

size guides from A1 to A4
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Published by Bruce Aiken

A maths and physics student who ran away to art college and has worked as a freelance creative ever since.

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