Category Archives: Acrylic Painting
ACRYLIC PAINTING ON WATERCOLOUR PAPER This piece, now complete of the small fishing village in Cornwall – Mevagissey.
A CRISP MORNING IN DECEMBER This is a painting I undertook some years ago, seeking to capture the feeling of landscape on cold, yet bright day in the depths of winter on Dartmoor, Devon.
A BLUSTERY DAY ON TOWAN BEACH Whilst visiting Newquay in springtime and taking a walk on a bright, blustery day, I came across this scene of fishing boats between the exposed harbour arms at low tide. It was cold and bright … Continue reading
INTRODUCTION Taking a walk on an August afternoon, there was a feeling of change in the air and an end to the recent hot weather. Used as a location for the BBC series Poldark and not having visited before, I … Continue reading
PORT ISAAC VISIT Having spent an enjoyable time exploring the picturesque village of Port Isaac (made famous by the TV series Doc Martin), my family and I walked along the coastal path and were met with this view.
I am very happy to support Twitter Art Exhibit and to donate this postcard titled ‘Holywell Bay‘ for this year’s #TAE exhibition and sale in support of the charity Molly Olly’s Wishes. All funds raised from the sale of donated cards will … Continue reading
INTRODUCTION While on a short break in Kent during the summer holidays, I headed for the coast anticipating a sunset developing. I parked the car near Reculver, walked down the slope to the beach, onto the wave sculpted sand, then … Continue reading