Beach Rocks, The White Strand of The Monks , Iona - by Kim Jarvis
Size: 20 x 20 cms (8 x 8”). Framed 30 x 30 cms (12 x 12”)
Description: At the north end of Iona, the light is spectacular. The vistas open up to neighbouring Mull and, amongst other islands, the wonderfully named ‘ Island of the Women’. In Gaelic, Eileen nam Ban, is seen here on the horizon. Silver white sand and deep turquoise seas, this spot is a true paradise
Techniques and materials: oil on cotton canvas. Painted with palette knife.
Kim Jarvis is a landscape painter working in oils.
Her love of the British coast draws her to the wild, unkempt places where the sky, sea and land dance with light in ever-changing patterns and colours.
Before becoming a full-time painter, Kim trained and worked as an architectural stained glass artist and her glass can be seen in many churches and public buildings throughout the UK. This influence can be seen in her paintings which continue to explore the possibilities of light and colour.
She regularly exhibits her work at the Royal Society of Marine Artists and The Society of Women Artists at London's Mall Galleries.
She paints both en plein air and also in her home-based studio.
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