Category: Gower Landscape Paintings

Brandy Cove, Gower

Oil painting of Brandy Cove, Gower One of the many, many beautiful beaches that dot the glorious coastline of Gower peninsula. Brandy Cove, is located half a mile west of Caswell Bay, and can be reached by the undulating coastal in about 20 minutes. It is probably Gower’s […]

My Summer Art Exhibition in Swansea.

Art Exhibition in Brynmill Swansea My exhibition of Gower seascapes and scenes from life in Brynmill, Swansea.  There were some last minute discussions about what should be included. A late addition quickly had “D’” hooks and string attached this morning. The bubble wrap was rolled out and the […]

Llangennith Beach across Rhossili Bay

    Rhossili Bay is the most breathtakingly beautiful amongst all the Gower landscapes. The sandy beach is three miles long. This beach regularly features in national newspapers’ lists of top 10 top beaches in the UK, Europe, and even the world. It was voted Wales’ Best Beach 2017 […]

Fall, Bay?

Fall Bay, Gower. Before our visit to Fall Bay, Gower, I’d read online that it was “one of the hardest bays to reach on the Gower Peninsula”. My curiosity was piqued. The walk from old Great Pitton Farm, to Mewslade seemed easy enough. The coastal path climbed up […]

The Nooks and Crannies of Gower

We have lived on the doorstep of the Gower Peninsula for almost 18 years now. It’s small enough (19 miles in length) to make day trips from Swansea possible. As a landscape artist, it has given me inspiration for many Gower landscape and seascape paintings over the years. […]

How Others See My Work

    This is one of my favourite reviews of my work from Gallery OMP in Hereford, England. “Looking at Emma’s painting you may get a sense of Paul Gauguin’s use of yellow and red, Robert Bevan’s blue green trees with purple, Henri Matisse’s simplification and exaggeration of […]