Stuart Ball artist living in Rutland
Below are images that illustrate the various styles that I have painted in over the previous years.
A view of this beautiful seaside town in Suffolk showing it’s famous Lighthouse, pier and beach huts. The town is full of galleries, restaurants, pubs and craft shops. A great place to visit and also home to Adnams brewery.
Venice is, without doubt, one of the most famous cities in the world. The long, oar-powered vessels (gondolas) are elegant symbols of the city and travel the canals of Venice, mainly the Grand Canal but also the backwaters such as the Rio Marin.
Shafts of sunlight breaking through the clouds over rocky cliffs with atmospheric fishermen cottages overlooking the harbour.
Image of stall at local French Market in Oakham, Rutland.
Impression of the narrow snickets and ginnels in the town centre with the stone houses and cottages that form them.
My impression of the typical fishing village with the cottages and houses tumbling down the steep harboursides.
Contemporary image showing the Dales with alternate columns depicting one in daytime and in the other the landscape at night.
Robin Hoods Bay has narrow Streets and Alleyways where tales of the Strange and Supernatural, Smuggling and Shipwrecks, Folklore and Legend abound. The slipway onto the beach outside the The Old Coastguard Station denotes the end of the Cross-Pennine way.
Contemporary image of the Canal near Rochdale showing the waterway winding its way past the wharfside factories and cotton mills.
Contemporary image of the steep array of fishermens cottages and holiday homes in the picturesque fishing village of Mousehole Cornwall. And it's washday!!
Red sails in the distance on Rutland Water, with the sun slowly setting providing highlights on the various currents in the water
Miners queuing at the pithead waiting to see if there is any work today. Contemporary view of the coal mines with surrounding housing and wagons to transport the coal.
Image of the beautiful N. Yorks. fishing village with its higgledy-piggledy cottages and winding streets, this coastal hamlet is now a well-loved base for exploring Yorkshire's cliff top paths and discovering the delights of rock pooling and fossil hunting on the small sandy beach.
Narrow streets and steep valley sides lead down to the centre of the old Mevagissey where the distinctive twin harbour provides a safe haven for the many fishing boats that land their daily catch of skate, lobster, plaice and sole. Pubs, cafes, galleries and shops cluster around the harbour walls and line the pretty streets.
Malham Cove is a huge curving amphitheatre shaped cliff formation of limestone rock. The majesty of Malham Cove looks out over the Village of Malham and has been attracting visitors for centuries.
This my contemporary view of Aldeburgh with its distinctive, eye-catching architecture against the gun-grey North Sea, the Blue Flag shingle beach is dotted with colourful boats, and fresh-fish shacks are tucked against the sea wall.
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