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Margaret Powell Art

Symonds Yat in May

Symonds Yat in May

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The evergreen and enchanting Symonds Yat in Gloucestershire has been a go to place in my husband‘s family for generations. We have many fond memories of taking our children onto those vast expenses of beautiful green where it never seems to rain!

Sometimes we all go further afield in order to seek new places to enchant us - not appreciating that the real beauty is much closer to home. I have spent many hours lying on those grassy meadows looking up into the sky with majestic, totally magnificent clouds.

Symons Yat is and always will be my place to go to when I want time to stand still.

This painting is a true window to the outdoors. It is framed in a white wooden gallery standard frame. 



24 by 24in
61 by 61cm
Acrylic on canvas

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