Bournville Village

The garden village of Bournville is a suburb of Birmingham, built by the Quaker Cadbury family.

In the late 1990s I attended the School of Art where I studied fine art and graphic design. It was a few years since I visited, but it was thankfully unchanged and still as pretty as I remembered. This viewpoint is from Sycamore Road, looking towards The Rest House, Bournville Carillon on the left and the Quaker Meeting House on the right in the distance. I hope you like it.

The colour palette is a natural mix of leafy greens, sky blues and brick reds.

Available as a gallery quality giclée art print, it’s the perfect piece of art to remind you of Bournville and will beautifully complement any room, either at home or in your office. Giclée printing is a form of digital printing using archival inks which won’t fade over time. The paper is high quality smooth cotton rag paper. You can buy this print in a variety of sizes from 40x30cm up to A0. I offer a few standard frames in black and white on my Etsy shop, or you could buy it unframed and use a local framer to get something more bespoke to match your room.

 

Signed unframed Giclée art prints

9mm frame option

23mm frame option

 

Unframed prints ship worldwide, whereas framed prints are for collection only from B73. If you need to ask me anything about this artwork you can either send a message on Etsy or email alex@brumhaus.uk

 

For more signed art prints visit the Etsy shop.