Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Jetty at Polkerris

"Jetty at Polkerris", 9" x 9", Oil on Museum Board
We had reservations for Sunday afternoon dinner at the pub in Pokerris, a very tiny town on the south east coast of Cornwall, so my second painting was a fast one. I was fascinated by the jetties in these coastal towns that created safe harbors for small boats. They were stone, often curved, beautiful, looked like they had been there forever and in this case, made for a strangely abstract painting.


  1. Great work - love the color and movement!

  2. This is wonderful. I love the curved lines. Having seen some of these harbors that are curved, they have such wonderful lines in them. Keep painting!