Walk VIII, Stone Mill, Porthoustock 2017 20cm x 20cm
Painting size approx 20cm x 20cm
Oil on four canvas boards
Mounted and framed on grey backing with white painted wooden frame
About 'Walk VIII, Stone Mill, Porthoustock'
A series of paintings that abstractly describe walks I have taken.
Porthoustock is a beautiful cove on the Lizard Peninsula, dominated (but enhanced, in my opinion) by the huge stone mill that in the 1940s crushed stone to provide surfaces for Cornwall's wartime airfields.
The huge structure seems to grow out of the shingle, and is as much a part of the landscape as the vivid blue water.
See this location on a map here