Today’s painting is of Godrevy lighthouse in St Ives Bay, Cornwall.
Watercolour paint and pencils today. This is a little corner of Mousehole, a fishing village way down on the end of Cornwall not far from Penzance.
Perranporth, some of my earliest memories are of Perranporth and holidays with my Grandparents. The beach goes on forever.
Padstow Harbour on the Camel estuary in Cornwall.
Mevagissey Morning. Mevagissey on the South coast of Cornwall, a wonderful old fishing village steeped in the tales of smugglers. I love the houses stacked up like seats in a theatre. They all have a good view of the action taking place in the harbour.
It’s Cornish tin mines today, perched precariously on the rugged cliffs of West Cornwall. From the pump engines on the cliffs the tunnels reached out under the sea and were filled with men hacking away at the rock by hand as the waves crashed above them.
Today it is Polperro, a little fishing village on the Cornish south coast. The houses cling to the sides of the valley and tight winding lanes lead down to the harbour.
This is Roche Rock near St Austell in Cornwall. It is a 15th century chapel built into the rock.
Fabulous Fowey, this is in watercolour, watercolour pencil and a wax resist. We lived in Fowey for a few short months, it is a beautiful little town. Twisting lanes of houses built on the side of the river, everywhere seems to have a fantastic view.
Golitha Falls on the edge of Bodmin Moor in Cornwall, where the young river Fowey runs through the woods.