This painting of Ceibwr Bay is the scene looking south from the Pembrokeshire coast path. The Welsh coastline is at it's most rugged here, the path is steep in places and close to the cliff edge. This part of the coast path also has dramatic ancient rock formations, and the steep cliffs are home to lots of wildlife, including gulls, fulmar, shag, cormorant and chough. If you're lucky you may spot dolphin here too, Ceibwr bay is just south of New Quay, and not far north of Strumble Head, two well know cetacean strongholds.
|Title||Winter Gorse at Ceibwr|
|Medium||Oil on stretched canvas|
|Size||16 x 12 inches (40x30 cm)|
Painted on Loxley Gold stretched canvas, 16 inch x 12 inch x 1/3 inch - This painting can be framed, or hung un-framed as shown.