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Over the Bridge to Parkmill

Over the Bridge to Parkmill

A new oil painting “Over the Bridge to Parkmill” “This is another form the Ilston Cwn series of expressionist, “refractionist” paintings. This bridge has featured before in the best selling “Bridge series” from 2014. This time I have painted the bridge from a different perspective rather than “head…

Find me in Brynmill Park

A selection of some other limited edition Giclee prints which will be for sale (mounted and wrapped) at Brynmill Park – at the Kiosk stall from now on with postcards and greeting cards also available soon – A4 size prints are £35, A3 are £49 Please follow and…

First of Many!

I have just sold this mounted Giclee print to a lovely couple who run the excellent kiosk in Brynmill Park, Swansea  which also is the subject of this painting/print – they also kindly asked me to join them tomorrow on their stall by the kiosk, which is very…

Buy Direct From My Art Gallery

Delighted to say I have just SOLD “Ilston Brook” directly via my Art Gallery, the “Back Lane Gallery” here in Brynmill Swansea (the lane is the opposite the Rhyddings Pub.) This oil painting was SOLD to a lovely art collector who visited from Cardiff and had a private…

Another Art Sale!

Delighted to say I have just this original oil painting “Wind Bunched Daisies” via Artfinder – https://www.artfinder.com/product/wind-buched-daisies/ This is one of ten flower paintings in my “In Bloom” 30% off sale on Artfinder ! Sale runs for another 11 days! https://www.artfinder.com/artist/emma-cownie/sale/ Please follow and like us:0

Post Peter Pug

“Peter Pug” has left home to go and live with the newly weds Tasha and Adam Neil over in Coleraine, Northern Ireland – I am sure he will be very happy in his new home and family! 🙂   Here he is in Northern Ireland checking the place out,…

Tree by the Brook

Here is my latest oil painting – “Tree by the Brook” – 60 x 80cm – £395. Email if interested in buying. This is the latest in a series of oil paintings, based loosely on my refractionist style, of a wood in an area of the Gower Peninsula…

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