This painting was exhibited in the long corridor at Addenbrookes by the group of artists whose work is published in the Cambridge Art Book. The book is available in the galleries and bookshops in Cambridge and other places.
I think you can say that this view is not strictly true but artists are allowed to 'improve' the view aren't they?
This skyline is one that all the visitors see on King's Parade as well as everyone who has something to do with the central colleges of Cambridge University, although many residents stay well away in the summer because this street can get very packed. Beautiful skyline that it is, a tree can always make things more lovely, or is that just my personal opinion.
I paint detailed, dream-like images in oils and acrylics, on canvas which incorporate rich night skies and a shining moon. Stories inspired by the detail and pattern of medieval art, tapestries and my imagination. My work is very influenced by the wonderful city of Cambridge where I live.
Photographs can never do justice to my paintings as they change when the light catches the silver or copper leaf. If you would like to view my actual paintings please contact me to arrange a visit to my studio. My work can also be seen at Byard Art, 14 King's Parade, Cambridge CB2 1SJ, opposite King's College Chapel.