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2004 celtic trackway + border

A painting showing at the Stour Gallery at the moment.  A wet corn stubble-field painted contre-jour on a bright morning which I called Celtic Trackway.  Although inspired by the farmland which surrounds my studio and which I walk through every day (usually with my dog, Monty), I’m told that it could just as easily represent a landscape in the west of Ireland.  I think there is a common feel to the western coasts of the UK which used to be inhabited by the celts.


2014 dark horizon 30x30cm mixed on wood panel

the addition of a small red rectangle seems to have given this painting a richer life.   To be shown very soon at Cornwall Contemporary Gallery in my current home-town, Penzance.