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A DAYS WORK DONE -ST IVES
ST IVES A GREAT PLACE TO IF IN CORNWALL GOOD CAFE, S AND INTERESTING SHOPS PLUS THE TATE ----------------------------- I NORMALY HAVE 20 OF THIS SIZE TO VIEW IN MY GARDEN GALLERY OPEN FROM MAY THE FIRST -------OR-------------- MOST DAYS BY PHONE ARRANGMENT OR FRI-SAT-- SUN THERE IS A SMALL DISCOUNT FOR GALLERY VISITORS
Out of the Ether
Out of the Ether is a painting of a white egret in flight below a full moon seen through a screen of purple. It is 30x30x1.5 inches. The white egret is a beautiful ethereal bird and is seen here flying over a lake at sunset. Above her is a soft full moon and both she and the moon are reflected in the misty lake beneath her which may have a layer of ice on it. The colours are sunset colours â gold, orange, magenta and purple and a purple glaze has been applied over it. Some was then wiped away to reveal parts of the painting so that you get the impression of it not being quite of this world â hence the title. In the foreground are some spindly twigs and trees which are reminiscent of a winter landscape. The inspiration for this painting was the many winter walks I have taken in Sussex woodland and around areas of ancient millponds where I often see storks and egrets. I find them magical birds and wonder how they manage to stay so white in a muddy English pond. Painted on deep edge canvas, white edges, ready to hang, no frame needed.
Unloading in Venice
A view of the Grand Canal in Venice near the Accademia Bridge looking towards the Salute with some goods being unloaded from a barge from a viewpoint favoured by Monet. A typical scene as most things get delivered by boat. It is painted in oils in a loose Impressionistic manner on a stretched canvas that measures 12 x 10 inches approximately and is ready for you to frame to your tastes.
Storm Clearing near Shining Tor
F15 Eagle Flying Low in the Welsh Valleys
Original unframed oil painting by Elaine Jones, 18" x 14" (45cm x 35cm approx), oil on canvas board. Aircraft reference photograph by kind permission of Ian Murdoch. (Please note watermarks do not appear on original painting or prints.) An F15 Eagle of the USAF's "Grim Reapers" squadron based at RAF Lakenheath approaches Tal-y-Llyn in the Welsh valleys around Cadair Idris, a low-flying area often known as the Mach Loop.