This acrylic painting is part of my ‘Rock’ series, more details on that can be found here:- https://wp.me/s7Ohdq-rocks
Perranporth, some of my earliest memories are of Perranporth and holidays with my Grandparents. The beach goes on forever.
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.
This is Roche Rock near St Austell in Cornwall. It is a 15th century chapel built into the rock.
A limpet on a rock on the beach in Bude, in Cornwall. This is part of a series of rock paintings.
Golitha Falls on the edge of Bodmin Moor in Cornwall, where the young river Fowey runs through the woods.
Back to landscape today, one of my favourite places, Boscastle. This is a watercolour paint and watercolour pencil depiction of Boscastle Harbour just after sunset.
A wild watercolour of Bude’s Barrel Rock, taking a pounding as it so often does.
Today it is a watercolour of a rock pool on a beach in Bude, Cornwall.
This is Port Loe a little fishing village on the South coast of Cornwall