My detailed pen and ink drawing captures the intricate details of the iconic Menai Bridge, in North Wales.
The print shows Thomas Telford’s feat of engineering that connects Anglesey and mainland Wales. Designed in the 19th century, the world’s first iron suspension bridge sits at an impressive one hundred feet above the Menai Strait below it.
Inspired by my architectural background, I’ve used layers of intricate pattern and texture to bring the bridge and its surroundings to life. Watercolour paints give a wonderful warmth to this monochrome print.
Perfect for any engineering enthusiast, this modern print also makes a unique gift for Bangor University graduates and a wonderful keepsake for holidays spent on Anglesey.
Printed on FSC certified, archival quality paper, this detailed print comes mounted, and wrapped in eco-friendly recycled tissue.
This print comes presented in a soft white, conservation grade card mount and measures 20”x6” / 50.8cm x 15.2cm.
The mounted print is wrapped in eco-friendly recycled tissue and delivered in plastic-free, recyclable packaging. Sheets of robust leftover corrugated cardboard donated by another small and local business, ensure safe postage.
Option to add frame.
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Receive it by 8th - 10th December
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Katherine Jones Artist
Cardiff, South Wales
I’m an award-winning architect and artist based in Cardiff. I use my work to help you connect with the people, places or moments that matter. I do this by creating intricately detailed illustrations, inspired by my architecture experience. In the last two years, I’ve featured on Radio 4 and have been commissioned by many individuals as well as the likes of Tower Bridge, the National Trust, Microsoft and the National Museum of Wales.