A paintings of the Loud Valley and the Ribble Valley by Rob Miller
By Rob Miller, Dec 3 2016 10:54AM
I first walked through the Loud Valley and the Ribble Valleys with the Blackburn Ramblers some 50 years ago more or less. Walking some 20 miles that day we covered the slopes of Partridge and Totridge Fells, stopping for a brew and slice of cake at a white painted farmhouse whose name I cannot recall, before heading back to Kemple End via Chipping and Longridge Fell. It was this walk and many others in my early teens that gave me my first impressions of Lancashire’s open spaces and how precious they are. I am still rambling and never tire of walking and painting in this fantastic county nor its close neighbours The view across the Loud valley is amazing as are the two other views attached of Pendle Hill and Longridge Fell both originals in oils aprox 50x70cm. Prints of all of these are available at the Longridge Gallery in Longridge.
Loud Valley Prints available.
Kemple End Prints and original available
Pendle Hill from Kemple End prints and originals available.