For a few weeks each year the British woodlands undergo a wonderful transformation. What has been a rather dull tapestry of greys and browns through the winter changes to green as the bluebells start to grow. Normally flowering at the end of April, the woodland floor becomes a carpet of soft, violet blue, filling the air with a beautiful sweet scent. 

- Oliver Pyle

In the Bluebell Wood

Watercolor painting on paper

Ready to frame

Signed on front and back

14.25" h x 11.25" w 
0 lbs. 2 oz.



Oliver Pyle
Cuckfield, United Kingdom

Getting to Know Oliver

Oliver creates idyllic watercolor landscapes from his home studio in Sussex, England. “Watercolor is the perfect medium for capturing the vicissitudes of the British climate and allows me to make a spontaneous response to the delicate northern light that is with us for much of the year,” he says. He believes that above all, observation is key to his development as an artist. Oliver derives the most inspiration from being outdoors, in the field, observing his surroundings.