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My review of 2018 (part 1)

Emma Cownie's 2018 paintings

Life as an artist is a very insecure one, you never know where your next sale is going to come from. You can plan and prepare for exhibitions and work on your social media, but it’s impossible to know how many people will see and respond to them.

That’s why it’s really important to take stock, and celebrate the success … Read the rest

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Gower Woodland Walks

It’s still winter here in on the Gower peninsula, Wales. However, the days are starting to get noticeably longer. Instead of night arriving at 4pm, now on a clear day it doesn’t go dark until 5.30-ish.  There are more sunny days now too. It’s still very cold, but sunny. Spring is round the corner. Nature has taken note. Tiny snow … Read the rest

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Flat Capped Man, Carmarthen

This is an old post. I now only sell prints via Artmajuer.com here

Flat capped man is based on an old boy I saw in Carmarthen town last December. The long rays of the winter sunlight lit up his face and ears as he passed me in his good quality overcoat. He was on his own and has the look … Read the rest

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Tenby Prints

This an old post. I now only sell prints via Artmajeur.com here 

I am delighted to that sold this print of “Tenby Reflections” to a collector in my home town of Swansea.

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Swansea Prints

This is an old post – I only offer prints via Artmajeur.com here 

If you find any images on this website or elsewhere which are not in the gallery but which you would like printed as a giclee print contact me via email emmafcownie@gmail.com or via the comments section at the bottom of this page and I will include in … Read the rest

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And the winner is…..

DSC_1103The staff at Brynmill Coffee House have been working really hard at selling tickets for the draw to raise money for Tender Heart Foundation. They sold £38 pounds worth of tickets for the NGO charity which works the poor, mostly Dalit people (untouchable caste) in  Goa and Kanateka in India.

Rhia, who took a break from serving bacon bagels for … Read the rest

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Swansea from Mumbles

Swansea from Mumbles

 

Delighted to say I have just SOLD this lovely oil painting “Swansea from Mumbles” direct from my Art gallery and via a visit from the buyers to my art website at emmafcownie.com – great how artlovers are now contacting me directly to buy artwork.  The collectors are from Swansea originally and will have a lovely reminder of Swansea on the … Read the rest

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River Reflections

A new oil painting “River Reflections” –

“An oil painting of a river running through a wooden valley in Gower Peninsula, Wales with the autumn light streaking lines of October colour along the river’s ripples.”

This is now available as a limited edition signed and mounted print £45.00 (free shipping)… Read the rest