Beach Huts at Calshot
Oil on Canvas 80cm x 30cm – SOLD
Situated on the Hampshire coast at the edge of the New Forest the beach and shingle spit offer panoramic views across the Solent to the Isle of Wight. The strategic location at the entrance to Southampton Water prompted Henry VIII to build an artillery fort at the end of the spit in 1539. Sheltered waters behind the spit are popular for watersports and extensive mudflats provide habitat for the local wildlife.
The Black House, Mudeford
24″ x 8″ Oil on Canvas Panel – SOLD
This painting was exhibited in the Romsey Art Group Autumn Exhibition 29th September – 13th October.
The Black House is located on the northern tip of the Mudeford Sand Spit at the entrance to Christchurch Harbour. Accessible on foot or by Dotto Train from the car park on Hengistbury Head, also by passenger ferry from Christchurch and Mudeford Quay.
A view through Southampton’s historic Bargate in the early morning sunshine – Oil on canvas – SOLD