The Wallaw is one of Blyth's famous buildings. Originally built as a theatre, it later became an indoor skateboard park and then a cinema, finally closing it's doors in the late 1980's. It sat closed and deteriorating for many years until JD Wetherspoons saw it's potential and restored it to its full glory as a restaurant while retaining many of it's original features, such as the upper balcony and cine camera.
The drawing was created from a photograph found in the public domain using my iPad Pro and Apple pencil.
This is a mounted, digital print, size 10 x 12" (30.5 x 25.4 cm)
It is printed on satin finish quality photo paper with a white/grey tone mount with a black core and backing card.
The item will arrive in a cellophane bag and shipped in appropriate packging for the item.
Postage and packaging is included in the price for the UK only.