We visited Lundy Island during our short September break. The crossing was very rough on the way out, and the island was shrouded in mist for most of the day. I took the source photo for this painting from the boat just after we sailed for Ilfracome at the end of the afternoon. I didn't do any drawing out - I just dived straight in with big thick brushes, palette knives, a plastic scraper and an expired National Trust membership card, and this is the result.
About the Artist
I'm a busy Churchwarden from a rural parish in South Shropshire. I've been painting and drawing for nearly 12 years - so I would describe myself as an experienced amateur. I've picked up a few art prizes at Tenbury Agricultural Show as well as exhibiting with a couple of art clubs and, for the…View full profile