Category Archives: Acrylic Painting
This is a larger piece painted on with acrylics on canvas, measuring 594 x 840mm and completed in June 2020. On the horizon is the Bembridge coastline of the Isle of Wight disappearing into the orange glow. My aim with … Continue reading
THE VIEW TO THE ISLE OF WIGHT This piece, acrylic on watercolour paper is of the view from The Trundle, Goodwood, looking towards the Isle of Wight in the far distance on the right of the painting. Now currently in … Continue reading
THE SUSSEX WEALD AND THE VILLAGE OF CLAYTON Some years ago, friends of mine were moving house, relocating north and wanting a lasting reminder of their old home in Mid Sussex. I was very happy to be commissioned to paint these … Continue reading
ACRYLIC PAINTING ON CANVAS This picture, of a fishing boat named ‘Provider’ moored on the quayside in Mevagissey Harbour, Cornwall.
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.
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