Coastal Elements -

Ian Rawnsley

1-29 August

 

Living on the Ayrshire coast on the West coast of Scotland, Ian Rawnsley is a painter exploring seascape and landscape in both abstract and representational forms. Working predominately in oil he is looking to capture the energy and the drama of the coast and the open sea. Ian looks to explore the emotional pull of colour and texture to bring the sea alive. He endeavours to produce, and express a deep inner celtic identity through his creative work in all its forms. He will always seek to capture an essence, a feeling, a memory that can both be shared, but also a deeply personal experience.  His work has been exhibited right across the UK and is held in private collection in Europe, North America and Australia.

 

This latest body of work features both still life and coastal landscape subjects in an exhibition alongside the paintings of Ian Rawnsley and sculpture by Mary Kaun-English.

 

Prices range from £350 - £1,500

 

 

Gales Southwesterly

oil on board

38 x 38cm

 

Whiting Bay

oil on board

23 x 23cm

 

 

All Returns to the Sea

oil on board

38 x 38cm

 

 

April Storms

oil on canvas

61 x 61cm

Evening Storm Makes Shore

oil on canvas

68 x 61cm

Easterly Heavy Seas

oil on canvas

61 x 61cm

 

Atlantic Wave

oil on canvas

68 x 61cm

 

 

Storm and Spindrift

oil on board

38 x 38cm

 

 

The Days End Brought Storms

oil on canvas

68 x 61cm

 

 

Solitude, Mersehead Beach

oil on board

48 x 22cm

 

 

I Can See the Sea

oil on board

36 x 20cm

 

 

The Estuary Fell Silent

oil on board

35 x 20cm

 

 

Ayr Bay

oil on board

23 x 23cm

 

 

Redpoint Beach

oil on board

23 x 23cm

 

 

Towards the Gloaming

oil on board

23 x 23cm

 

 

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