Fontygary Point Sold

I’m very happy to write that my dear friend Yvonne now owns one of my paintings and it sits pleased as punch on her dining room wall. An interior designer and trend watcher, she obviously has impeccable taste :). You can check out Yvonne’s Blog here at http://www.curatedfutures.com

This particular painting is a slight departure for me in the palette department. It’s the first, and only to date, that I have used such a dominating primary colour on this scale. I like its impact and think it’s something I’m going to be revisiting again soon. The subject was inspired by the view I had from an apartment looking out across the channel from pebble beach, Barry. The red represents the often turbulent and dangerous riptide associated with this stretch of coastline. The grey headland is Fontygary Point looking westward and the golden yellows represent the sands that are revealed at very low tide.

….thank you Yvonne for your continuous support and faith in my efforts. 🙂 x

Fontygary Point in situ

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