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Palm Tree Paradise
An evening ,just drawing to an end, the palm trees are gently swaying in the breeze... I have used high quality acrylic paint and 36in x 14in canvas to create this peaceful scene.. The painting continues around the edges of the painting and it does not require a frame. It has been varnished to protect it and comes strung ready to hang and P+P in mainland UK is included in the price
Quay Parade, Aberaeron (Pen Cei)
The Slipway Robin Hoods Bay
A view of Robin Hoods Bay on the East coast of Yorkshire looking towards the slipway and the ice cream van that comes down onto the beach as the tide goes out. It is painted in oils on a stretched canvas with the painting continuing around the sides so no framing is required but it could be framed if you so wish.
Sunset at Sea
One of my large range of canvases. If you'd like to commission a smaller version of this painting please get in touch. A fresh and vibrant sunset seascape. The warm colours in this painting will compliment most colour schemes and provide a calming focal point for your room. The painting continues round the edges of the canvas frame so that it comes ready for immediate hanging with no need for framing. This painting has been finished with a protective matt varnish and is on a deep edge box canvas
RED BOAT COMEING HOME--ST IVES
THIS IS MY EXTRA LARGE SIZE CANVAS 76X21 CM IN A DEEP FRAME 30X20 INCHES WHITE EDGES SO NO FRAME NEEDED ALL READY TO HANG ================================= ================================ ALL MY CANVASES ARE 10% APROX CHEAPER IN MY NEW GARDEN GALLERY AS NO P&P OR INSURANCE in thick oils in my own naive style THE RED BOAT IS HOME SMEATONS PIER IN ST IVES- ITS A GREAT PLACE TO VISIT 4 BEACHES LOTS OF GOOD SHOPS CAFES AND PUBS AND ALSO THE TATE ST IVES --------------------------- -IN THICK OIS LOTS OF TEXTURES A REALLY NICE PAINTING
king of the castle
HOME WITH THE CATCH
Botallack Mines, Cornwall
The Engine Houses at Crown Mine, part of the Botallack Mine site on the west coast of Cornwall and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Botallack mines are known as submarine mines because they travel half a mine out to sea, beneath the sea bed. It would have been a noisy and dangerous place to be, at it's peak of production of copper and arsenic, but since 1880s it has been silent. Perched on the edge of the cliff it is now a place of quiet reflection.