Solitary Winter Swimmer at Langland, Gower

I’m currently working on a series of coastal paintings that focus on clouds. I am enjoying exploring the subtle greys and the rhythms of the ever changing cloud formations, attempting to re-create the atmosphere I experienced on that particular day. This is Langland Bay on the Gower Peninsula in south Wales, a popular venue for surfers and, increasingly, all-year-round bathers.

As usual I have several paintings in progress at any one time. This is the first that I’ve finished. It’s 12 x 12 inches oil on canvas board, and like all my paintings is for sale. If interested please contact me at pobbles2000@yahoo.com

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2 Responses to Solitary Winter Swimmer at Langland, Gower

  1. Nice painting, I really like how that shaft of light leads the eye to the swimmer. It must be incredibly cold swimming in mid March.

  2. pobbles2000 says:

    Thanks Shawn. Yes, the sea is very cold this time of the year… far too cold for me, but there are those brave souls who swim all year round.

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