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Mewslade, Gower

Mewslade is one of the less accessible bays on the Gower Peninsula, but is also one of the most dramatic, being enclosed by soaring limestone cliffs. The cliff shown in this small oil painting is Thurba Head to the west of the bay. … Continue reading

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Great Tor, Gower

Mist rising with early morning sun trying to break through behind Great Tor, Gower. This is a 12inch square oil painting on canvas board that I made some time ago.

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Pobbles Bay, Gower

The east end of Pobbles Bay, Gower at low tide. It was a showery autumnal day and I liked the way the light was shifting and playing on the cliffs. This is a 10 x 10 inch oil painting on canvas board.

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Incoming tide, Pobbles Bay, Gower (SOLD)

This small oil painting sold last week from Gower Gallery in Mumbles (www.GowerGallery.co.uk) This is my only record of it – I am annoyed that I forget to photograph it before it was framed and hanging in the gallery.

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Path to the beach (SOLD)

This is a small 6 inch square oil painting on canvas board completed recently in one outdoor session. I was standing at my easel on a hill in The Oxwich National Nature Reserve, Gower. The beach, Oxwich Bay, is just over the brow. In … Continue reading

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Walkers, Caswell Bay (SOLD)

Caswell is one of the most popular bathing bays on the Gower Peninsula in south Wales. The distant headland is Pwll Du. 10 x 10 inches oil painting, on canvas board.

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Coastal Path, Gower

This is the path between Caswell and Langland Bays on the Gower Peninsula, south Wales. I used thicker paint than I do usually, particularly in the foreground. I enjoyed working the paint with brush and knife, and like the way the … Continue reading

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