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Mist clearing, Rhossili

I think this painting is now finished. I’ve tried not to tighten it up with too much sharp detail to retain that misty feel. Advertisements

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Rhossili oil sketch

This is a 10inch square, quick oil sketch en plein air, a ‘classic’ view of Rhossili cliffs and Worms Head. It’s not intended as a finished painting. I’ve just blocked in the main shapes on a wet grey base, ‘wet … Continue reading

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Summer morning, Three Cliffs, Gower

The tide is high on a tranquil summer morning at Three Cliff Bay, Gower. 10 x10 inch oil painting.

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St Andrew’s, Penrice, Gower

St Andrew’s is a Norman church of the early 12th century, situated in the hamlet of Penrice, Gower, a mile or so from the sea at Oxwich Bay. It was renovated in the late 19th century at the expense of Miss … Continue reading

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Winter Light, Mumbles (SOLD)

This is an oil painting of Bracelet Bay and Mumbles lighthouse in January, 2016. I liked the muted colours of what was a cold, grey, squally day – not untypical of the weather in this part of the world! It’s 12 … Continue reading

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Rhossili Cliffs & Worms Head, Gower

The precipitous cliffs at the western end of the Gower Peninsula near the village of Rhossili. What is known locally as ‘the Worm’ is from the Old English ‘wurm’ meaning dragon, and is a mile-long promontory jutting out into the Bristol Channel. It … Continue reading

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Three Cliff Bay & Cefn Bryn

I was attracted to the white silhouette of this impressive lump of carboniferous limestone which constitutes the first and biggest of the three cliffs of Three Cliff Bay. Beyond is Cefn Bryn the more than four-mile-long ridge that forms the … Continue reading

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