Monday, 15 March 2010


A charming little town facing the amazingly gaunt ruins of Dunstanburgh castle.
Consisting mainly of a bunch of holiday homes around a tiny harbour with half a dozen beautiful cobles.
This area really reminds me of Scilly.
The same houses, small quayside and small roads covered in sand and marram grass.
Not cold but windy and grey.
Massive lime kilns owned by the National Trust in which the fishermen store their gear back the tiny quayside.


Anonymous said...

I love the colours in this. Is that writing under the water?

Glyn said...

Hi, yes, well spotted, I have used a collage base under the painting which is a technique I use often.
Glad you are enjoying my work.