Roger Turner Art
Roger Turner Art
·Paintings in Oils, Acrylics, Watercolours and Drawings by Roger Turner Art
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Sunset Embankment - Roger Turner Art Artist. Oil Acrylic Watercolour Paintings
Sunset Embankment: original watercolour by Roger Turner on The Langton A3 140lb. I painted this watercolour in an attempt to capture the luminous effect of the setting sun as it back-lit the clouds just before it disappeared behind a railway embankment. It is based upon one of a series of photographs that I had taken in early March of 2012.
Staithes Harbour At Low Tide Oil Painting
Staithes Harbour At Low Tide. Staithes in North Yorkshire has been much painted by artists throughout the years, so I thought it was about time that I made my own contribution. I particularly like this view of Staithes from the harbour at low tide with all of the reflections. The mooring lines leading to the line of fishing boats that draws the eye from right to left - large to small and then from left to right along the row of buildings along the harbour.
Gas Street Basin Birmingham Oil Painting
Gas Street Basin, Birmingham In Autumn. Original oil painting on canvas. 50.8 cm x 40.6 cm. Since the largest major city that is closest to where I live is Birmingham, I thought that it was about time that I made the effort to create a painting that reflects some of the new and old features that make up the growing heart of the city.
Tower Bridge. HMS Belfast and the Thames East from London Bridge. Original oil painting
Tower Bridge. HMS Belfast and the Thames East from London Bridge. Original oil painting on wooden panel by Roger Turner. 171.5 cm x 30.5 cm. A panoramic view looking east from London Bridge towards Tower Bridge, HMS Belfast the Tower of London and the river Thames on an August day in 2015. It was a cloud strewn summers day with the tourists out in force in and around London and on the River Thames.
Birmingham Cathedral in Autumn. Original oil painting
Birmingham Cathedral in Autumn. Original oil painting on wooden panel by Roger Turner. 25.1 cm x 20 cm. A small oil painting of Birmingham Cathedral (The Cathedral Church of St Phillips) at Colmore Row, Birmingham, West Midlands during the season when the ground was covered in autumn leaves. This painting was done in conjunction with a work of the same size of St Paul's Church in Birmingham
Cadgwith Cove Watercolour Painting
Cadgwith Cove, Cornwall: Original watercolour, gouache pen and ink by Roger Turner on Extra Smooth Winsor & Newton 250 gsm Bristol Board. 39.5 X 27.5 cm. Cadgwith Cove is a small, traditional cornish fishing village on the eastern Lizard Peninsular, sitting in a valley leading down to the sea, with whitewashed and thatched cottages in evidence. Apart from the summer tourism, its principle source of income is still the sea.
Pin Mill, River Orwell, Suffolk - Roger Turner Art Artist. Oil Acrylic Watercolour Paintings
Pin Mill, River Orwell, Suffolk: original watercolour and gouache by Roger Turner on Saunders Waterford watercolour paper. 51.4 X 26.5 cm Pin Mill is on the southern bank of the tidal River Orwell, near Chelmondiston in south Suffolk. and is an area of outstanding natural beauty and also along the route of the Stour and Orwell walk. Pin Mill is now generally known for its sailing and the historic 17th century Butt & Oyster pub.
Primrose Hill, London Skyline Sunrise: original watercolour, gouache and acrylic ink by Roger Turner
Primrose Hill, London Skyline Sunrise: original watercolour, gouache and acrylic ink by Roger Turner on Arches watercolour paper. 50 X 25 cm. Primrose Hill is north of Regents Park in London. and affords panoramic views of the center of London and its iconic skyline. The area has some of the highest value and fashionable residential properties in London.
Sailing from Salcombe - Where the sky meets the land Oil Painting
Sailing from Salcombe - Where the sky meets the land Original oil on panel 330 X 495 mm. A ship under sail leaving Salcombe harbour, with low cloud rolling over the wooded slopes of the Salcombe in South Hams, Devon and its naturally sheltered harbour are located at the southern end of Kingsbridge estuary on the steep west side.
Worcester Cathedral From The RNIB Boathouse Steps Oil Painting - Roger Turner
Worcester Cathedral From The RNIB Boathouse Steps Original Oil Painting on canvas 56 X 41 cm. The beautiful Cathedral city of Worcester with its university is situated on the banks of the River Severn, in Worcestershire, England. Nearby are the picturesque landscapes of the Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds. Worcester was the stage on which the final battle of the Civil War was fought, with Oliver Cromwell's arm defeated King Charles II's Cavaliers.
Torridge River Sunset at Instow Oil Painting - Roger Turner
on canvas 56 X 41 cm. Instow is a village in north Devon in England. It is on the estuary where the rivers Taw and the Torridge meet. The view shows Appledore on the opposite bank. In the foreground is the rippled expanse of beach known as Instow sands. As the tide recedes, boats moored in the river become marooned.
Portland Bill Lighthouse In April - Roger Turner Art Artist. Oil Acrylic Watercolour Paintings
Portland Bill Lighthouse In April: original oil painting on wooden panel 60.5 X 29 cm. Portland Bill Lighthouse on the Isle of Portland, in the beautiful county of Dorset, England shows the way for vessels heading for Portland or Weymouth. The lighthouse warns shipping of the rock coastline of the Portland Bill and the hazardous waters that surround it. Out to sea on the left of the painting can be seen the white capped waves of the Portland tidal race.
Ketch Off Red Crane, Portland Bill - Roger Turner Art Artist. Oil Acrylic Watercolour Paintings
Ketch Off Red Crane, Portland Bill: original watercolour and guache by Roger Turner on The Langton Prestige 140lb watercolour paper. Red Crane is a crane situated on the cliff edge at Portland's southerly point. The crane was part of the old Portland Bill stone loading quay. This is another painting that is from source material gathered on a visit to Dorset, England in May of 2014.
Pastel Paintings - Roger Turner Art Artist. Oil Acrylic Watercolour Paintings
Moody Morning At Chasil Beach Pastel and watercolour on Daler Rowney Murano 98lb neutral colours pastel paper. 400 x 300mm. Chesil Beach in Dorset is a pebble beach 18 miles long which is largely separated from the mainland by the Fleet Lagoon. The view is near to the Fine Foundation Chasil Beach Centre which is run by the Dorset Wildlife Trust, located on the Portland Beach Road at the extreme eastern end of the Fleet looking towards the crest of Chesil Beach. Well worth a visit.
Sunrise Millendreath Beach Looe & Bodigga Cliffs Oil By Roger Turner
Sunrise Millendreath Beach Looe and Bodigga Cliffs: Oil on panel 40 x 30 cm. Looking towards National Trust Bodigga Cliffs on the left. Millendreath Beach is a small, shetered, south facing sandy beach within walking distance of Looe in Cornwall.There are a number of costal paths to explore nearby and it has a number of rock pools to explore at low tides.