Category: Mumbles

Paintings of Mumbles

Dylan Thomas in Metroland

As a trained Historian as well as being an artist, I feel the need to place my “urban minimal” paintings in context. I think it helps me understand the city around me too. Swansea is a town in which nothing in particular has happened. There was no workers’ rising…

Mumbles Pier Sold!

Delighted to say I have just SOLD this oil painting “Mumbles Pier” via Artfinder. “Oil painting of the tide lapping its first waves of late afternoon on to the beach near Mumbles Pier, enticing boaters and their boats into it’s watery delight.”

Has Now Been Allotted!

  I am delighted to say I have just SOLD this oil painting “The Allotment by Oystermouth Castle” the next day after uploading onto my Artfinder store! https://www.artfinder.com/product/the-allotment-by-oystermmouth-castle/ “This is an oil painting of an allotment nestled up beside the magnificent ruins of Oystermouth Castle in Mumbles, near…

Tide’s Out!

Delighted to say I have SOLD “Tide’s In, Mumbles” via facebook – a reminder that my artwork can be bought direct here on facebook or on twitter as well as on my website http://emmacownie.artweb.com/  

Swansea From Mumbles painting

This painting shows me why I love Swansea and South Wales. With all the huddled up houses hanging onto hills and valleys and sliding down to the sand of Swansea Bay. It is like the Valleys of South Wales are transplanted to the seaside. As a result this view almost has a slight incongruity to it.

Village Lane has Moved!

Delighted to say I have just SOLD “Up Village Lane, Mumbles” via Artfnder, 6 days after uploading it! It is now on it’s way to the USA, a very popular destination for my artwork. https://www.artfinder.com/product/up-village-lane-mumbles/

Up Village Lane, Mumbles

A new oil painting as of today, 40 x 40 cm. This oil painting “Up Village Lane, Mumbles” is a naive painting of a rather lovely lane, Village Lane, in Mumbles, near Swansea which crawls up the hill from Swansea Bay. The lane is a huddle of beautifully…