Graham McKenzie Smith pencil drawing prints

Graham McKenzie Smith


Prints by Graham McKenzie Smith.

'Ambleside in Moonlight'

'Rannerdale Gold'

'Fiercely Calm' - Blea Tarn House in the Langdales with a particularly fiery sky

'Evening Bluebells' - A fictitious scene of the Lakes, this is inspired by the many bluebells that appear each year at Rannerdale near Buttermere.

'Near Sawrey in Autumn' - Near Sawrey, a quaint village close to Hawkshead which is well known for Hilltop House where Beatrix Potter used to live. I once visited here in the Autumn colours and knew that I had to create this scene.

'St. John's Beck'

'Rydal 1' - The road by Rydal Water is one of the most picturesque routes in the Lake District. I drew this with a post-rain light as I have particular memories of seeing it like this many years ago.

'Winter's Bridge'

'Buttermere Farm'

'Ashness Bridge'

'Winter Stroll'

'Oxen Fell Farm' - This farm is just off the main road between Consiton and Ambleside and sits nestled in a dip. It’s just the sort of place that would be ideal to be snowed in during winter, with a blazing fire and a mug of hot chocolate!

'Poppy Cottage' - Not its real name alas but this cottage does sit in the upper part of Glenridding. I included poppies simply because I like them.

'Into the Valley' - Another fictitious Lakeland scene but captures the essence of the beautiful valleys and dales; a winding road, small cottages, scattered sheep and the towering peaks.

Print information - Size 20x16" mounted in cream. Digital art images are printed onto Hahnemühle Studio Enhanced Pearl paper using professional fade resistant inks which best display the original colours and fine detail.  No watermarks appear on prints. Mounted fine art prints cost £65.

Read about the artist/maker, here.

Thanks for continuing to buy British handmade ethical gifts & unique art from Cherrydidi. Finding that perfect gift for a Mum, Dad, brother, sister, your kids, girlfriend, boyfriend, special woman or man in your life, a special friend or even the home, can be a real challenge so we’re glad to have helped. We are a little like Not on the High Street and Etsy but the main difference is we have a real shop you can walk into as well as finding beautiful things online too!

Whether you visited our shop/gallery in Keswick, The Lake District (and met the famous Zak the Collie Dog) or have found us online, buying a gift or piece of art from us will in turn support these talented independent artists and creative businesses - we couldn't do it without you, so thank you for supporting us!

Share this Product