Burgh Island is a popular destination and The Burgh Island Hotel – the featured image above – is one of many paintings in my collection which incorporate this iconic view.
In this painting, I have attempted to capture the subject as seen from Hope Cove – using binoculars!
The massive cliffs of the mainland give a dramatic backdrop, while the rocks in the foreground underline its isolation. And, the late afternoon sun turns the Great White Palace into a glorious white beacon.
The Burgh Island Hotel is in oil, on a box canvas – 12 inches by 16 inches – and it was sold, on Day 3 of the SHAF Arts Trail.
The purchaser has kindly agreed to leave the painting with me so it can be enjoyed by those visiting us during the Arts Trail, and number 119 now has a red dot on it to make sure I don’t sell it again …
Burgh Island from Hope Cove is an acrylic. It’s larger at approximately 15 inches square and mounted and framed too.
It is priced at £400.
Are there more views of Burgh Island for sale? Yes!
Shifting Sands at Burgh Island II is an acrylic, 12 inches by 16 inches.
This view of Burgh Island was painted from ground level, at low tide.
The patterns in the sand are the main focus of this composition, with Burgh Island in the far distance.
Both paintings are on display at Beacon House Gallery.
Visitors on the SHAF Arts Trail are welcome to drop by.
What’s the SHAF Arts Trail?
This year, the SHAF Arts Trail runs for two whole weeks, including half-term week, until 29 October.
Beacon House Gallery is ‘open’ on Wed/Thurs/Fri from 11am until 4pm, and on Sat/Sun from 10am until 5pm.
I also have various views of Burgh Island available as fine art greetings cards.
If you purchase direct from Beacon House during the Arts Trail, they cost £2 each, or three for a fiver.
And, we have delicious biscuits … no charge!