Category: Painting

Up Landeilo Way

Oil painting on linen canvas – I use a linen canvas with a white covering for certain types of painting such as landscapes set in Wales as there is a particular type of “Welsh light” that can be captured accurately on this type of canvas. It is extraordinary…

Sapling Wood

This is another refractionist painting – I was drawn to this painting because I love the colours that come alive not only in misty backgrounds but in backgrounds in the sun, viewed from the more darkened interiors of the wood as in this painting. I love the cool…

Inner Light

“This is another ‘refractionist’ painting and is almost an inverse of ‘Up Cwmdonkin’. Instead of the refracted light creating a stain glass effect falling on the outside fringes of a wood, here it illuminates within the hidden chamber of a forest, which gives it a heightened, magical or…

Wild Oxeye Daisies

A “refractionist” interpretation of the distant sunlight spilling, bleaching, corroding through a growth of wild oxeye daisies, which were growing by the side of the road near Ilston Chapel in Gower peninsula. The near oxeye daises dance in celebration of the sunlight and the far grasp at the…

Brandy Cove Stile

This oil painting is of a lovely country walk down Gower Peninsula, outside Swansea. Over the stile and down to Brandy Cove where brandy and other illegal booty was smuggled to shore by the frequently visiting smugglers that dropped their ill gotten gain here and in various other…

Tenby Tide

This is quite an unusual painting of Tenby into that the tide is fully in, and the boats bob on the lapping multi coloured strips of water, which add a crispness to the West Walian light and a rich vibrancy to the coloured Tenby terraced houses, which cwtch…

Showcasing Emma Cownie Art

Showcasing Emma Cownie Art   Here is a collection of oil paintings I have painted, mostly in the last 9 months. Mainly as therapy! About 40 odd paintings will make it into the Grand Theatre Art Exhibition in October 22 2013. I hope you enjoy – the sublime…