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Way to the Mount, St Michael's, Cornwall

Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title: Wat to the Mount, St Michael's, Cornwall
Item number: LW001

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows the scene looking across the water from Marazion to St Michael's Mount in Cornwall. The bright colours, and the light refecting in the water give a real fresh summer feel to the picture.
In the picture you can just make out the causway which at low tide gives access by foot and land vehicle to the island. The castel and chapel have been in the St Aubyn family since approximately 1650 although the island is now managed by the National Trust. Previously, the island was given to the Benedictine order from Mont-St-Michel in France, by Edward the Confessor in the 11th century.
This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 

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Way to the Mount, St Michael's, Cornwall

£40.00 This print is currently out of stock
Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title: Wat to the Mount, St Michael's, Cornwall
Item number: LW001

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows the scene looking across the water from Marazion to St Michael's Mount in Cornwall. The bright colours, and the light refecting in the water give a real fresh summer feel to the picture.
In the picture you can just make out the causway which at low tide gives access by foot and land vehicle to the island. The castel and chapel have been in the St Aubyn family since approximately 1650 although the island is now managed by the National Trust. Previously, the island was given to the Benedictine order from Mont-St-Michel in France, by Edward the Confessor in the 11th century.
This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 


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Last of the Summer, Helford, Cornwall

Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title: Last of the Summer, Helford, Cornwall
Item number: LW002

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows a tranquil scene looking up the mouth of the Helford river in Cornwall. The bright colours, and the light on the landscape give a real feeling of the warmth of late summer to the picture.

The Helford River is a delightful unspoilt estuary stretching from the outer edge of Falmouth Bay up to the old port of Gweek.

In the broad lower reaches open fields run down to a rocky shore dotted with little beaches. On the north bank the beautiful valley gardens of Glendurgan and Trebah lead down to Durgan village and Polwigwidden Cove; famous for its part in the D-day embarkation.

Where the river narrows, Helford on the south shore and Helford Passage on the north are still linked by a pedestrian ferry that has been in operation since the Middle Ages. This part of the river is now largely given over to yacht moorings, with a handful of active fishing boats.

Around the corner in Port Navas, where hugh granite blocks were once loaded for shipment to London, the Duchy Oyster Farm is now thriving again. Further up river, past the oyster beds and beyond Frenchman’s Creek to the south and Polwheveral to the north, ancient oak woods line the banks creating a truly timeless atmosphere.

This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 

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Last of the Summer, Helford, Cornwall

£40.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title: Last of the Summer, Helford, Cornwall
Item number: LW002

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows a tranquil scene looking up the mouth of the Helford river in Cornwall. The bright colours, and the light on the landscape give a real feeling of the warmth of late summer to the picture.

The Helford River is a delightful unspoilt estuary stretching from the outer edge of Falmouth Bay up to the old port of Gweek.

In the broad lower reaches open fields run down to a rocky shore dotted with little beaches. On the north bank the beautiful valley gardens of Glendurgan and Trebah lead down to Durgan village and Polwigwidden Cove; famous for its part in the D-day embarkation.

Where the river narrows, Helford on the south shore and Helford Passage on the north are still linked by a pedestrian ferry that has been in operation since the Middle Ages. This part of the river is now largely given over to yacht moorings, with a handful of active fishing boats.

Around the corner in Port Navas, where hugh granite blocks were once loaded for shipment to London, the Duchy Oyster Farm is now thriving again. Further up river, past the oyster beds and beyond Frenchman’s Creek to the south and Polwheveral to the north, ancient oak woods line the banks creating a truly timeless atmosphere.

This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 


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Distant Island, Godrevy, Cornwall

Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title: Distant Island, Godrevy, Cornwall
Item number: LW003

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows a tranquil scene looking out across to Godrevy Island off the north coast of Cornwall. The bright colours, and the light on the landscape and the sea give a real feeling of the warmth of summer to the picture.

From the beach at Godrevy there are fine views of Godrevy Lighthouse, situated on a rocky island just off the mainland, and St Ives Bay. The most picturesque of several beaches situated within a 3-mile stretch of 'golden sands' where the Hayle estuary meets St Ives Bay, Godrevy is a popular surfing beach thanks to its' exposed position in St Ives Bay, experiencing Atlantic tidal swells. The large expanse of golden sand at low tide makes Godrevy a popular destination with holiday-makers, horse-riders and kite surfers.

This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 

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Distant Island, Godrevy, Cornwall

£40.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title: Distant Island, Godrevy, Cornwall
Item number: LW003

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows a tranquil scene looking out across to Godrevy Island off the north coast of Cornwall. The bright colours, and the light on the landscape and the sea give a real feeling of the warmth of summer to the picture.

From the beach at Godrevy there are fine views of Godrevy Lighthouse, situated on a rocky island just off the mainland, and St Ives Bay. The most picturesque of several beaches situated within a 3-mile stretch of 'golden sands' where the Hayle estuary meets St Ives Bay, Godrevy is a popular surfing beach thanks to its' exposed position in St Ives Bay, experiencing Atlantic tidal swells. The large expanse of golden sand at low tide makes Godrevy a popular destination with holiday-makers, horse-riders and kite surfers.

This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 


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Highway to the Beach, Calmansac, Cornwall

Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title: Highway to the Beach, Calmansac, Cornwall
Item number: LW004

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows a tranquil scene looking across the Helford River tothe houses situated on the western headland of Port Navas creek in Cornwall. The bright colours, and the light on the landscape give a real feeling of the warmth of summer to the picture.
This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 

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Highway to the Beach, Calmansac, Cornwall

£40.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title: Highway to the Beach, Calmansac, Cornwall
Item number: LW004

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows a tranquil scene looking across the Helford River tothe houses situated on the western headland of Port Navas creek in Cornwall. The bright colours, and the light on the landscape give a real feeling of the warmth of summer to the picture.
This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 


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The Clock, Porthleven, Cornwall

Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title: The Clock, Porthleven, Cornwall
Item number: LW005

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows a tranquil scene looking down on to the famous clock tower in Porthleven, Cornwall. The bright colours, and the light on the water give a real feeling of the warmth of summer to the picture.

The clock tower is part of the Bickford-Smith Institute, given to the town by a former member of Parliament, it opened in December 1884, and was a reading room and library. The building stands on the granite pier which separates the harbour from the beach.

This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 

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The Clock, Porthleven, Cornwall

£40.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title: The Clock, Porthleven, Cornwall
Item number: LW005

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows a tranquil scene looking down on to the famous clock tower in Porthleven, Cornwall. The bright colours, and the light on the water give a real feeling of the warmth of summer to the picture.

The clock tower is part of the Bickford-Smith Institute, given to the town by a former member of Parliament, it opened in December 1884, and was a reading room and library. The building stands on the granite pier which separates the harbour from the beach.

This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 


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Lined Up, Portscatho, Cornwall

Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title: Lined Up, Portscatho, Cornwall
Item number: LW006

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows small fishing boats tied up in the small but busy harbour at Portscatho in Cornwall. The bright colours, and the light on the water give a real feeling of the warmth of summer to the picture.

Nestled on the Roseland Penninsular is this fine village. The sloping hill down to the waters edge gives nearly all of Portscatho un-interrupted wonderful breathtaking views of the Cornish coast. Benefiting of this high vantage point you can see for miles upon miles the ragged and stunning coastline.

This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 

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Lined Up, Portscatho, Cornwall

£40.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title: Lined Up, Portscatho, Cornwall
Item number: LW006

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows small fishing boats tied up in the small but busy harbour at Portscatho in Cornwall. The bright colours, and the light on the water give a real feeling of the warmth of summer to the picture.

Nestled on the Roseland Penninsular is this fine village. The sloping hill down to the waters edge gives nearly all of Portscatho un-interrupted wonderful breathtaking views of the Cornish coast. Benefiting of this high vantage point you can see for miles upon miles the ragged and stunning coastline.

This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 


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The Bridge at Gweek, Cornwall

Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title: The Bridge at Gweek, Cornwall
Item number: LW007

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows the 19th century stone bridge which carries the road over the River Helford at Gweek in Cornwall. The bright colours, and the light on the water give a real feeling of the warmth of summer to the picture.

Gweek is now the highest navigable point on the River Helford, as is best known for boat building and the seal sanctuary which is a very popular tourist attraction.

This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 

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The Bridge at Gweek, Cornwall

£40.00 Including UK shipping.
Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title: The Bridge at Gweek, Cornwall
Item number: LW007

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows the 19th century stone bridge which carries the road over the River Helford at Gweek in Cornwall. The bright colours, and the light on the water give a real feeling of the warmth of summer to the picture.

Gweek is now the highest navigable point on the River Helford, as is best known for boat building and the seal sanctuary which is a very popular tourist attraction.

This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 


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Low Tide at Gillan, Cornwall

Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title:Low Tide at Gillan, Cornwall
Item number: LW008

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows the peaceful scene at low tide along the River Helford at Gillan in Cornwall. The bright colours of the trees, and the light on the water give a real feeling of the warmth of summer to the picture.

Gillan is a tiny village on a creek off the Helford where it meets the Lizard penninsula.

This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 

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Low Tide at Gillan, Cornwall

£40.00 Including UK shipping.
Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title:Low Tide at Gillan, Cornwall
Item number: LW008

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows the peaceful scene at low tide along the River Helford at Gillan in Cornwall. The bright colours of the trees, and the light on the water give a real feeling of the warmth of summer to the picture.

Gillan is a tiny village on a creek off the Helford where it meets the Lizard penninsula.

This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 


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Through the Clouds, Cornwall

Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title:Low Through the Clouds, Cornwall
Item number: LW009

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows the peaceful scene looking out to sea from the coast path in Cornwall. The muted colours of the heath, the colours in the clouds and the light reflecting on the water give a real atmosphere to the picture.

This is a scene that can be viewed almost anywhere along the Cornish coastal path.

This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 

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Through the Clouds, Cornwall

£40.00 Including UK shipping.
Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title:Low Through the Clouds, Cornwall
Item number: LW009

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows the peaceful scene looking out to sea from the coast path in Cornwall. The muted colours of the heath, the colours in the clouds and the light reflecting on the water give a real atmosphere to the picture.

This is a scene that can be viewed almost anywhere along the Cornish coastal path.

This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 


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Last Lights of the Day, Halzephron, Cornwall

Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title:Low Last Lights of the Day, Halzephron, Cornwall
Item number: LW010

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows a peaceful scene looking out to sea from the coast path above Halzephron Cove in Cornwall. The muted colours of the passing sunset reflect in the clouds and the surface of the water give a real atmosphere to the picture.

This is a scene that can be viewed almost anywhere along the Cornish coastal path, although Halzephron which translates from Cornish as 'Hell's cliffs', can be a fearsom place in a storm.

This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 

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Last Lights of the Day, Halzephron, Cornwall

£40.00 Including UK shipping.
Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title:Low Last Lights of the Day, Halzephron, Cornwall
Item number: LW010

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows a peaceful scene looking out to sea from the coast path above Halzephron Cove in Cornwall. The muted colours of the passing sunset reflect in the clouds and the surface of the water give a real atmosphere to the picture.

This is a scene that can be viewed almost anywhere along the Cornish coastal path, although Halzephron which translates from Cornish as 'Hell's cliffs', can be a fearsom place in a storm.

This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 


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Almost Spring, Cornwall

Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title: Almost Spring, Cornwall
Item number: LW011

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows a tranquil scene looking across the Helford river in Cornwall to one of the many small hamlets that you find along the water. The bright colours, and the light on the landscape give a real feeling of the coming warmth of the approaching springtime to the picture.

The Helford River is a delightful unspoilt estuary stretching from the outer edge of Falmouth Bay up to the old port of Gweek. In the broad lower reaches open fields run down to a rocky shore dotted with little beaches.

Where the river narrows, Helford on the south shore and Helford Passage on the north are still linked by a pedestrian ferry that has been in operation since the Middle Ages. This part of the river is now largely given over to yacht moorings, with a handful of active fishing boats.

Around the corner in Port Navas, where hugh granite blocks were once loaded for shipment to London, the Duchy Oyster Farm is now thriving again. Further up river, past the oyster beds and beyond Frenchman’s Creek to the south and Polwheveral to the north, ancient oak woods line the banks creating a truly timeless atmosphere.

This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 

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Almost Spring, Cornwall

£40.00 Including UK shipping.
Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title: Almost Spring, Cornwall
Item number: LW011

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows a tranquil scene looking across the Helford river in Cornwall to one of the many small hamlets that you find along the water. The bright colours, and the light on the landscape give a real feeling of the coming warmth of the approaching springtime to the picture.

The Helford River is a delightful unspoilt estuary stretching from the outer edge of Falmouth Bay up to the old port of Gweek. In the broad lower reaches open fields run down to a rocky shore dotted with little beaches.

Where the river narrows, Helford on the south shore and Helford Passage on the north are still linked by a pedestrian ferry that has been in operation since the Middle Ages. This part of the river is now largely given over to yacht moorings, with a handful of active fishing boats.

Around the corner in Port Navas, where hugh granite blocks were once loaded for shipment to London, the Duchy Oyster Farm is now thriving again. Further up river, past the oyster beds and beyond Frenchman’s Creek to the south and Polwheveral to the north, ancient oak woods line the banks creating a truly timeless atmosphere.

This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 


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Fast Approaching, Godrevy, Cornwall

Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title: Fast Approaching, Godrevy, Cornwall
Item number: LW012

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows a scene looking out across to Godrevy Island off the north coast of Cornwall, the building clouds threatening a coming storm.

From the beach at Godrevy there are fine views of Godrevy Lighthouse, situated on a rocky island just off the mainland, and St Ives Bay. The most picturesque of several beaches situated within a 3-mile stretch of 'golden sands' where the Hayle estuary meets St Ives Bay, Godrevy is a popular surfing beach thanks to its' exposed position in St Ives Bay, experiencing Atlantic tidal swells. The large expanse of golden sand at low tide makes Godrevy a popular destination with holiday-makers, horse-riders and kite surfers.

This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 

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Fast Approaching, Godrevy, Cornwall

£40.00 Including UK shipping.
Artist: Lin Williams
Medium: Print from original pastel painting
Size: 40 x 30 cm
Style: Traditional landscape
Title: Fast Approaching, Godrevy, Cornwall
Item number: LW012

 

Description
A giclee print from an original pastel painting. This print shows a scene looking out across to Godrevy Island off the north coast of Cornwall, the building clouds threatening a coming storm.

From the beach at Godrevy there are fine views of Godrevy Lighthouse, situated on a rocky island just off the mainland, and St Ives Bay. The most picturesque of several beaches situated within a 3-mile stretch of 'golden sands' where the Hayle estuary meets St Ives Bay, Godrevy is a popular surfing beach thanks to its' exposed position in St Ives Bay, experiencing Atlantic tidal swells. The large expanse of golden sand at low tide makes Godrevy a popular destination with holiday-makers, horse-riders and kite surfers.

This print from an original pastel painting is presented in a cream mount ready for framing, the image size is 40 x 30 cm. Each print is signed and titled by the artist.
The print is priced at £35.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.

About the artist
In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2013 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

 


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In 2005 Lin Williams took early retirement and returned to Cornwall to concentrate on painting seriously. Starting with exhibiting with local art societies she found success, which spurred her to enter Cornwall Open Studios in 2007. From there she grew a body of work for solo exhibitions and also to put forward to galleries. This self-taught artist experimented with watercolours, oils and acrylics. Six years ago Lin tried pastels and immediately realised that this was her preferred media. Her desire to paint is fuelled by catching the very essence of atmosphere and mood. She thrives on seeing the changing light, seasons and colours. "I never tire of walking my favourite haunts looking and watching for that special moment that will draw my eye," she says. "To find new territories is a great excitement –  there is nothing like discovering a huge sky throwing light onto slices of a new panorama, to make me reach for my pastels." During 2015 Lin plans to continue painting her beloved Cornwall while also painting further afield.

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