The Melted Rocks

24 Jul

Paviland wordpress

One of my favourite places is Paviland, a strange otherworldly cove on the coast of the Gower Peninsula which is the site of the Goat’s Hole Cave, famous for the skeleton of the  “Red Lady of Paviland“, which is actually a young man. From the main road, it’s a fair walk across fields via a marked footpath before the ground drops sharply and narrows into a steep rocky valley down to the beach. The slippery and difficult rocks look as if they have been melted and are splashed with colour from mosses and lichens and veins of different minerals coursing through them. I always take a sketchbook when I visit and I made this large monotype from one of my sketches.

 

5 Responses to “The Melted Rocks”

  1. alethakuschan July 26, 2018 at 14:20 #

    What a gorgeous monotype.

  2. As much cake as you want July 25, 2018 at 14:17 #

    A beautiful result – l love the colours and textures.

  3. Catwoods July 25, 2018 at 03:36 #

    Sounds like a wonderful remote place with really fantastic color. I love the artwork!

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