Category Archives: Acrylic Painting
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
MEVAGISSEY HARBOUR My study of the rocks and water within Mevagissey harbour, focusing on the transparency of the water and movement of the sea.
OARE MARSHES, Nr. FAVERSHAM, KENT Now complete, this my painting of Oare Marshes, a nature reserve north of Faversham in Kent. This view at Harty Ferry, looks along an embankment following the contour of a footpath.
A commissioned painting in acrylics depicting the view from The Trundle, a hilltop adjacent to Goodwood racecourse. This scene, looking west towards Chichester Harbour, Hayling Island and Bembridge, Isle of Wight in the far distance.
One of my first paintings dating back to 1989. This scene brings back many happy memories for me of summer holidays spent surfing on the North Devon coast with my friends. One particular day there mustn’t have been much of … Continue reading
A commissioned painting of Broadway Tower of the famous Cotswolds landmark, entitled ‘Broadway Twilight’. Originally built as a folly, it served as a country retreat for artists including Arts and Crafts Movement founder William Morris. Today, the tower is a tourist attraction … Continue reading