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Will we ever reach the horizon?
Mist off of the Mountain
The big bold orange tree, the mountains, hills, dramatic sky colouring and bright sunshine ...but then there is The Flower ! this painting has deep emotional meaning to me, which I hope may resonate on others too. It is a bright striking painting that will look amazing on any wall. ( Please note the sky colour to the eye looks more of a grey shade the camera picks out the purple hue within )
Wells Beach Huts and Stormy Skies
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.
Windmills of my mind
This is a panoramic (length 26.5 x width 9 inches) original impressionist watercolour painting of 5 windmills silhouetted against the sky adjacent to a dutch dyke (a great deal of Holland is below sea level). The scene is painted from a photograph taken at dawn as the sky lights up above the mist rising over the still water in the dyke. This painting will be supplied with a bevelled mount and a glazed black frame.