Where I live in Machynys Bay, I overlook Whiteford Lighthouse in the distance. Built in 1865, this is the only wave-swept cast-iron tower in Britain and can be reached on foot at low tide. As a focal point, it has become so symbolic and following a trek along the peninsula to view this battered cast-iron structure, I decided to do a charcoal sketch of the lighthouse to reflect a dramatic stormy scene often witnessed from the shore.

Frame size: 840mm x 540mm
Medium: 
Oil on canvas
SOLD


Limited edition prints available on request:
Giclee print (A2 format), signed, mounted & certified /100