Unashamedly bold and bright, this artwork will create a burst of colour in any room.  The artwork depicts a woodland reflection onto the surface of a babbling brook, tumbling through the Suffolk Wildlife Trust site of Arger Fen.  The image has been reworked to incorporate an audacious colour palette, representing a more intensive sensory perception of that landscape.


This artwork is available on two fine art museum-grade papers.  Option one is the Hahnemuhle Photorag 100% cotton-based paper.  Giving a rich, succulent and velvety appearance, this paper is fantastic if you plan to frame this artwork behing glazing.  This artwork is currently on display at The Linden Tree Bury St. Edmunds printed onto this paper. 


Alternatively, for something completely different, but highly contemporary and luxurious, is the Fujiflex Supergloss high-sheen paper.  Artworks printed onto this are often float-mounted into a tray or box frame, sitting flush with the frame face, and require no glazing.  Please feel free to speak with us for recommendations prior to purchase if required.  This particular style of printing can be seen on artworks titled 'Saltmarsh Stag', 'Hazelwood Haunting' and 'Blue Gold' if viewing artworks at The Linden Tree and can be found in the bar area.  Please note that prints on this paper type are supplied mounted onto a 3mm rigid substrate owing to the problematic nature of handling the material.  The mounting prevents damage and makes for much simpler framing.


All print prices exclude framing.  If you require framing, this can be accomodated but is done on a bespoke/individual basis owing to the extensive options available. please make contact with us directly to discuss your requirements where we can advise/guide you and give you a personalised quotation.


Artwork size in store imagery is 273mm x 198mm (small)

River Reflections

  • If you have had a change of heart and would like to return or exchange your artwork purchase, this can be done within 14 days of your initial purchase and is only accepted provided the artwork is returned in the same condition as it arrived with you in.  It must be undamaged and in a resaleable state and packaged adequately to prevent damage in transit.  

    If your artwork purchase has arrived and has been damaged in transit to you, we must be notified immediately (within 24 hours) with photographic records of the damage in order to resolve the matter with our courier.