Freshening wind and building swell as dark clouds approach. This is Praa Sands beach without the holidaymakers!
This is a larger painting of Hoe Point, just a stones throw from my studio. I love the magical quality and ‘otherness’ of the light in this painting. The tide is in and evening is fast approaching as a few surfers take in the last moments of escape.
Powerful waves often break very close to the shore here at Praa Sands. I love the movement and colour of this work of art, capturing the beauty of our beach. The curl of the wave and the light and colour are what for me make this a great seascape painting. There is something about waves breaking on the shore that …
This painting is of the sun rising over Rinsey Head early one morning. Such a special moment on my own down on the rocks at the far western end of the beach. Love it. It is at times like this that I am so inspired to paint by my surroundings here in West Cornwall, such beauty, and it changes everyday. Being …
Winter light illuminates the waves as they roll in to the shore, Praa Sands. There is a warmth and a feeling of hope as the suns rays play upon the ever moving turbulent water, stirred up by the south west wind.
Autumn light on the sea at Poldu Cove on the Lizard Peninsular, one of my favourite beaches. Spectacular seas here in the winter as it is exposed to the full force of any southerly swell.
From Thorny Cliff, along the eastern side of the Lizard Peninsula, between the old fishing village of Cadgwith and Kennack Bay. Rolling waves, each one awaiting its turn, make sport as they powerfully crash over the ancient rocks beneath us, while summer sunlight dances upon the water.
Evening Tide, and the rhythmic sound of breaking waves over the moving sand and shingle of Loe Bar. There is something mysteriously beautiful and evocative as the sun’s diminishing rays descend through the clouds and play upon the water,
Almost as far south as you can go, a winter’s day view from Predannack Cliffs near Mullion Cove.
Sparkling sea and jewel like surf breaking over the low tide sand banks.
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