Who could resist a sign like that? Earlier this year I spent some time in Cornwall painting from the cliff tops. Although the days were sunny there was often a strong wind blowing across the cliffs from the Atlantic Ocean. I was using my Open Box M palette/panel holder on a Velbon tripod to keep my boards steady. Here are some photos from the trip.
Below: Painting the view along the coast to Pendeen Watch lighthouse from Levant Mine.
Above: Pendeen Watch Lighthouse from Levant Mine.
Oil on board, 8 x 10 inches.
Sold by The Little Picture Gallery in Mousehole.
Above: Painting Land’s End from the cliff top near Sennen.
Below: Sunset on the last evening..
Chelsea Art Society Award for a Painting - St Michaels Mount
This evening was the private view for Chelsea Art Society’s 62nd Annual Exhibition. I am very pleased to say that I won the Chelsea Art Society Award for a Painting for my picture of St Michael’s Mount in Cornwall. The society, which was formed in 1910, holds its annual exhibition in a beautifully panelled hall in Chelsea Old Town Hall on the Kings Road in London.
Chelsea Old Town Hall
The exhibition runs until Sunday 21st June and is open daily 10am-7pm. Closing at 1pm on the final day.
St Michael’s Mount, Low Tide
The Royal Society of British Artists annual exhibtion opens today at the Mall Galleries in London. Two of my paintings will feature in the exhibition.
One of the paintings is shown above. Click to view larger image.