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Pencil drawing of Bristol Blenheim flying above the clouds. The Bristol Blenheim was a British light bomber built by the Bristol Aeroplane Company and used in the early years of the Second World War. The all-metal aircraft was powered by Bristol Mercury radial engines and carried a crew of three. Many thanks to my son, Martin Jones, for the reference photograph.
LIGHTNING NEVER STRIKES TWICE (UNFRAMED ORIGINAL)
Original Watercolour 12.25 x 15 x 1 inch. Includes a poem printed on coloured card and certificate of authenticity. Painting is signed on the back. LIGHTNING NEVER STRIKES TWICE They say Lightning never strikes twice, literally that may be true, metaphorically you can be in a loop; mistakes repeat when you don't want them to. is it a myth - who knows? be on the safe side wear rubber on your soles!
Gilfach yr Halen looking North
Cove - Gilfach yr Halen
The cove at Gilfach Yr Halen is a secluded cove on the West Wales Coastal Path between Aberaeron and New Quay. With little access by vehicle, it is visited mainly by locals, hikers taking in the coastal path and the occasional fisherman. Quiet and beautiful with unusual rock formations, plentiful rock pools and caves. A hidden jem.
Stormy Poppies lll
A storm aproaching,the skies and sea are grey. The grasses and poppies are starting to blow in the wind.. The waves are gathering pace and stand out from the canvas as do the poppies. I have used high quality canvas and oil paints to create this scene which is based on some memories from holidays in Wales.. It comes ready to hang although I have left the edges of the painting white. Delivery on Mainland UK is free
An original watercolour of a yacht sailing into the sunset in Grenada, West Indies [The Spice Island] in December 2010. The clouds were spectacular lighting up in a rainbow of pastel colours as the Trade Winds blew them across the horizon. This painting will come single mounted and framed to suit customer requirements.