This first artwork is entitled 'Porthmeor Sunset 2010' a reworked abstract which only suggested sunset - and was a little too subtle - it's a much better painting now! Acrylic & oil on deep edge canvas, framed, 35.5 x 35.5 cm. Click to enlarge. SOLD
'Distant Surf 2010' acrylic & oil on primed board, mounted, 61 x 52 cm. SOLD
'Gwithian Dark Cloud' acrylic & oil on primed board, unmounted/unframed (so far) 46 x 37 cm. SOLD
The picture below was taken at around 8.15 am today and shows the moon about to drop below the horizon in the West.
By the time we ventured onto the coast road from Portreath at around 3.30 pm, clouds had begun to pile up and the welcome sunshine of the past three days started to disappear.
Headland and beach at Portreath. The large rock is part of a formation known as the Cow & Calf, the smaller being hidden from this angle.
The sea wall.
Further along the coast and the Cow & Calf can be seen in the distance - click to enlarge. Does it look cold? There was a bitter North Easter blowing.
Heading back along the coastal path.
Looking down at the caves, Hell's Mouth.
The coast road passes very close to Hell's Mouth.
Gwithian Beach ahead - not looking anywhere as dramatic as last week, quite impressive though.
Trencrom Hill in the distance, overlooking St Ives Bay.
Have a good weekend everyone. x