Artist: Shirley Netherton
- Size: 23.6 x 19.7 x 1.6 inches (60 x 50 x 4 cm)
- Acrylic on box canvas.
- One-Off / Ready to Send
- No Frame Required
- Delivery time: 3-5 working days
Gillan Creek is a small inlet lying just to the south of the much larger Helford River. Access by road is best through the lovely village of Manaccan, but this is not an easy area of Cornwall to reach. At the mouth of the creek is the church of St. Anthony in Maneage, first mentioned in 1170. During the Civil War a small fort was built by the Royalists on the nearby Dinas, this being the last place in Cornwall in which they held out, until finally surrendering to Sir Thomas Fairfax in March 1646. This painting is on a deep edged canvas and is ready to hang or can be framed.
I am a Cornish artist who has spent many years developing my distinctive style so that today, my work is instantly recognisable. Being self-taught has been advantageous - my style has not been moulded but has evolved. It has not been influenced by the work of others but has become uniquely my own by the processes of practice, development, persistence, trial and error. A lot of the inspiration for my work comes from the photographs that I take whilst out kayaking and walking along the coast and rivers of this beautiful County. I portray what I see with innocence and simplicity, using the vibrant colours of acrylic paint to create my view of the world
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