… a day at the Works … (panoramic painting ) …..



Cowlishaw Works, Sharrow Vale Road,Sheffield

…. an almost 360 degree view of Cowlishaw Works, a small community of artisans and crafts-people, behind Gilbert & Sons, Sharrow Vale Road, Sheffield….. painted from over 40 photos (some shown below) ….








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12 Responses to … a day at the Works … (panoramic painting ) …..

  1. lesliepaints says:

    Oh my goodness! I love all the signage and textures and little people in this. Wonderful painting!


    • thankyou so much, I much appreciate your comments ! the subjects appealed to me but I didn’t really expect anyone else to like this painting, so I’m thrilled its had some great feedback from everyone. Thankyou 🙂


  2. poppytump says:

    Lovely … Oh this is a goody Victoria ! All the tiny details …
    Everything from extreme ironing 😉 to vintage crockery …and love that old dolly tub – I’ve one planted up and daren’t move it in case the bottom falls out 😀


  3. violetski says:

    Ah, such a big, lovely painting dear Victoria! ❤️❤️❤️
    Love the details and honestly love your paintings, always like an adventure or finding treasures for me to look at what you draw in every place❤️❤️❤️


  4. Susan Feniak says:

    Love all the detail! You have made it fun! 🙂


  5. moonike says:

    Great detail and happy colours! 🙂


  6. Mary Llewellyn says:

    Hi Victoria,

    Loved this panoramic painting its really amazing. How long is it, and how long did it take you to paint it? love from us both Tam & Maryx


    • Hi Mary & Tam, yes I forgot to say (wordpress is playing up and its taken hours to post this, so I was sparse with info by the end !) , its nearly a metre long and has taken 3 weeks 🙂 lots of love to you both xxx


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