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"On the Beach"
A wild sea crashing on to a beach in a Cornish cove. This work captures the majestic power of the Atlantic Ocean as it meets the rugged south west shoreline. The work is framed in a contemporary brushed cream tray frame (white or gold are also available)measuring 68cm x 48 cm overall x 35 mm deep. It is strung ready to hang.
Fish Pier Tobermory
Still Life with Pot Cat
THERE IS NOW A 10% PRICE REDUCTION ON THIS PAINTING. This is a beautiful still life painting in oils of some flowers that were standing in my window at the side of a porcelain cat. It is painted on a 20 x 16 inch stretched canvas. It has a coat of protective varnish and the price is for it unframed. It can be hung without a frame but it is also available in a brown wooden 2" wide frame with a gold inner line as in the photo for £179. Please contact me if you would like it framed.
One of my earlier works that I came across when looking for another painting! Lovely shades of pink in the morning sunrise.. I have used thick white paint to create the texture on the waves in the foreground of the painting.. The sides of the canvas have not been painted and you may prefer to frame it. It comes strung ready to hang and P+P in mainland UK is included in the price
Bluebell Symphony - a very large oil painting of a Spring Woodland
Bluebell symphony is very large original oil painting on canvas (48x48 inches) of a Spring woodland painted in a semi abstract, impressionist style. As it is a large painting, it gives the viewer the feeling that they can walk into this golden Spring wood with its bluebells and wildflowers and green trees and follow the sunlight path out to the fields beyond. A glowing yellow stag can be seen near the path looking at us imperiously as stags do. He is a guide to somewhere wonderful but is assessing our intentions before he leads us forward. In the foreground to the left is a large tree which sets the perspective for the rest of the painting. The bluebell flowers and leaves are painted in a semi abstract style which by their colours and positions hint at what they are but in an ambiguous way. This is because when I painted this it was from memory and I remember impressions and colours and motions but not details. I like it this way as it gives a transient feel which is what I wanted to capture here as that is what bluebell season is. For many people it is their favourite season (including mine) and I am happy to have painted a place where I can escape to a Spring woodland among the trees and flowers whenever I have had enough of an English winter... It is 1.5 inches think, edges white, frame not necessary, ready to hang.