Bath is a an utterly gorgeous British town, with architecture ranging from the Roman to the present, with a firm roots in the Edwardian and Georgian eras. Solsbury Hill which overlooks the town was the site of an Iron Age hillfort, over a thousand years old.
Its main claim to fame though is a song of the same name by the artist Peter Gabriel, who wrote it about his leaving the band Genesis. It’s an inspirational song, and I took it to heart one day and quit my first advertising agency after finding myself in an intolerable position. I heard the song about 10:30 in the morning and by noon, I was gone.
It was many years before I fulfilled the dreams I had that day, and another year or so before I found myself watching the sunset on Solsbury Hill. I was finally home.
Lustre prints with great color and longevity and little gloss
4″ x 8″ $35
8″ x 16″ $70
20″ x 40″ $120
Flat Mounted Canvas
8″ x 16″ $160
10″ x 20″ $200
12″ x 24″ $220