The work of Annie Farrer uses drybrush watercolour and pen and ink on vellum and paper to reveal the intricate detail contained in the overlooked in nature. Her inspiration comes from the slopes of Ingleborough, where she has wandered since childhood.
During the last two years she has been working on an eight feet long concertina type book in pen and ink, titled “Trow Ghyll, a Place of Stillness.” Also, with the Millennium Trust, a concertina type book, “The Earth Beneath my Feet”, containing her watercolour paintings and writing about the Ingleborough area.
Hall Garth Barn
Cross Haw Lane
A65 from Ingleton left towards Clapham take the first road on the left sharp bend round New Inn, over bridge pass village store, turn right on bend shortly after, Hall Garth Barn about 100 yards on the right side.
A65 from Ingleton, left towards Clapham, take the first road on the left and Hall Garth Barn about 100 yards on the right side.
Parking along Cross Haw Lane.
Slight slope about 10yards from road to barn entrance.
Tea and sticky cake.
Toilet on site (no disabled access.)
I will have examples of the pens, pencils and other equipment that I use on display and will be happy to discuss with anyone my drawing and painting technique.