When I came to choose my Places of Pilgrimage for my current exhibition and book project there were certain places which were a must.
I first came to this sublime hill figure when I was eleven. I was bowled over by this amazing piece of prehistoric art. It follows the curving line of the hill above a deep valley known as The Manger and overlooks Dragon Hill where no grass grows (because that's where the dragon bled when St George killed it).
This is, for me, the embodiment of the spirit of the horse. It's just beautiful.
This screen print forms part of Places of Pilgrimage - an exhibition of paintings and prints at Southwell Minster: Preview at 7pm on Friday 11th September and open daily until Sunday 11th October.
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