I recently spent a fabulous few days painting the north Cornwall coastline with my good friends David Bachmann, Karl Terry and Tim King. The weather was pretty kind (with the inevitable occasional blip) and I was glad I packed the thermals because on the cliffs it’s still pretty nippy with the winds at this time of year, even when it’s sunny. We stayed at a lovely house in Rock and explored along the coast from Bedruthan Steps up to Trebarwith Strand. There’s so much to explore with endless painting possibilities, it’s always a great treat spending time down there.
With painting pals Tim King (Ieft), David Bachmann and Karl Terry after a sharp shower at Boscastle,
Here are the paintings from the trip and from these I hope to perhaps do one or two larger studio works.
Trebarwith Strand, evening high tide – 11.5 x 22.5in, oil on board
Out to sea, Portcothan – 8x14in, oil on board
Surfers at Polzeath, 7.5x15in, oil on board
Receding tide, Portcothan – 10x18in, oil on board
Headland at Boscastle, 8x12in, oil on board
Evening light, Trebarwith Strand – 6 x 14.25in, oil on board
Hardy surfers, Polzeath – 10x14in, oil on board
Warm evening sunshine, Constantine Bay – 6x14in, oil on board
Incoming tide, Portcothan – 9×13.5in, oil on board
Will’s Rock, Portcothan – 8x16in, oil on board
High above the beach, Portcothan – 9x11in, oil on board
Grey afternoon, Crackington Haven – 6x14in, oil on board
Bedruthan Steps – 12x16in, oil on board