About: Kane Cunningham
Inspired by JMW Turner and his painting trips to the Lake District in the North of England this work is one of several paintings completed in response to the picturesque and Thomas West book ‘A Guide to the Lakes’ published in 1778. Kane said, ‘I regularly visit the Lakes painting, often in autumn when the colours are spectacular. I first visited the Lakes in 1974 on a school trip and have been coming back every year since with my children and now grandchildren. However, the way I view the Lakes is now changing. Due to climate change the colours of the landscape have altered and so each work painted outside reflects a new dynamic at work and so in essence a new visual perspective on the romantic Lake District we all love and cherish. This was seen when Derwentwater turned green to algae bloom, a direct result of altered weather conditions and visual indicator of cause and effect’.
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