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Mandolin, Appearing To Disappear.
RED BOAT COMEING HOME PORTH LEVERN
THIS IS MY LARGE MEDIUIM SIZE CANVASE 24"X18" a REALLY NICE PAINTING OF PORTHLEVEN======== A GREAT PLACE FOR A DAY OUT GOOD PUBS AND RESTAURANTS - ICE CREAM AND REAL CORNISH PASTYS GIVE IT A VISIT IF YOU ARE IN CORNWALL--=======painted in thick oils THIS IS THE SIZE OF My LARGE MEDIUM CANVAS 41x61 cm
Somewhere Over the Rainbow
An abstract oil painting with a swirl reminding me of a storm and big raindrops with some of the colours in a rainbow. It is painted on all sides so can be hung unframed but is available in a frame. The price is for it unframed but please contact me prior to purchase if you would like it framed in a 2 inch wide pine wooden frame as in the photo - the price would be Â£495.
The Rock Collector
Autumn Impression.The Malverns.
CAN WE GO TO THE PIER IN ST IVES NOW GRANDAD GRANDAD
THIS IS ONE OF MY SMALL MED SIZE OF CANVAS 16X12 INCHES OR 40X30 --CM-----in thick oils as all my paintings are----I NOW ONLY SELL ON LINE DUE TO COVID--OR FROM MY OWN GARDEN GALLERY -- OPEN BY PHONE ARRANGEMENT 0N 01872-510622-MEET THE ARTIST -BUY AT DIRECT ARTIST PRICES-I HAVE 100 PLUS PAINTINGS TWO YEARS WORK ON SHOW NOW IN MY GARDEN GALLERY=====
Souls of the Ashdown Forest
Souls of the Ashdown Forest is a 36x48x1.5 inched oil painting of a view through the trees of the Ashdown Forest towards some deer in the heather. It was inspired by many walks in the area â especially during lock down 2020. You often see deer around here but deer being deer you only get to see them for seconds at a time before they flash their white bumâs at you and vanish into the trees. This particular painting was of a view from one of the clumps of trees in the area looking towards the farmland and heather and heath land beyond. It has been made by building up layers of paint until it has a green gold glow in the first section and colder purples, lilacs and yellow in the spaces between the trees. A deer stag can be seen on the left looking back at us and a string of females can be seen on the right moving off into the distance. The heather of the forest is loosely approximated by using purple which contrasts with the green gold in an interesting way. It is semi abstract and a kind of messy art nouveau in style. It is on deep edge canvas, white edges, ready to hang.
ST IVES------its a pasty and a pint i think
THE SLOOP PUB IN ST IVES --- A GREAT PUB IT WAS A FAVORIT WITH A LOT OF LOCAL ARTISTS YEARS AGO --I HAD MY FIRST PINT IN THERE IN 1958 WHEN I HITCHHIKED TO CORNWALL FROM LONDON- --WITH WIZZ JONES A SINGER -BUSKER- HE IS STILL PLAYING I THINK,I HAVENT SEEN HIM FOR A FEW YEARS NOW I HOPE HE IS STILL WELL---THE SMALL BLACK HUT NEAR THE BEACH ENTRANCE IS ONE OF THE ONLY FISHER MENS RESTING HUTS STILL TO BE SEEN IN CORNISH HARBOURS