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Hollinwell WaterMap Print by Joe McDonnell

Hollinwell WaterMap Print by Joe McDonnell

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Hollinwell (formerly known as Notts Golf Club) is located in the heart of Robin Hood country, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Nottingham. It has a reputation as one of the very finest examples of heathland golf in the UK and Ireland. Situated in a natural valley, the topography is utilised to the full - all of which are stunningly captured in this print.

    PRINT DETAILS

    Your fine art giclée print is presented on museum grade Hahnemühle paper. This printing method uses pigment based archival inks, ensuring sharp detail, high resolution and a full colour spectrum.

    Prints are unframed and dispatched in a tube.

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    ARTIST

    Joe McDonnell

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    Joe’s passion for golf course architecture and landscapes has led to him producing artwork unlike anything else available, placing him in demand with clubs and architects for his world leading visualisations.

    Each of his pieces harnesses a unique combination of digital watercolour brush techniques and 3D terrain modeling, allowing him to showcase courses in a highly sophisticated, dramatic and detailed way – likely a way you've never seen before.