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Walking to Wheal Coates

Walking to Wheal Coates

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in Acrylic by Elaine Allender 12 Artist Reviews
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This stretch of the north coast path in Cornwall near St Agnes goes past the old engine house at Wheal Coates. The path passes right beneath the old towering structure although wildflowers have now grown up, softening a place which was once dedicated to industry. It's a great juxtaposition and always takes my breath away.

Acrylic on canvas, varnished and comes mounted, framed and ready to hang in a contemporary white frame.

Framed measurements are 32cm x 42cmx 3cm. (Please contact me if you'd like to bu the painting unframed).

I've signed the back and it will come with a signed certificate of authenticity but please let me know if you'd like it signed on the front.

W 12.60" x H 16.54"
W 32.00 cm x H 42.00 cm
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About the Artist

The main influences in my painting are my fascination with gardening and flowers and my love of Cornwall, particularly the coast, where I grew up . Recently I've started painting cities that I've visited and which have inspired me. I love painting and tend to lose myself in my work; all sense ...

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