'Commando Ridge, Bosigran' This afternoon I finished this painting of Commando Ridge in West Cornwall. This dramatic rocky outcrop is in my opinion one of the most dramatic features on the Cornish coastline. I climbed to the highest point of the ridge to get this perspective looking across to the popular climbing rocks of Bosigran. The early evening sun illuminated the granite cliffs and cast strong shadows. Medium - Oil on plywood boardPainting size - 500 x 600mm £600 +postage Price includes framing.Click here for more info
I've teamed up with Celtic & Co. a sustainable Cornish clothing and footwear brand to give you the chance to win a limited edition framed Watergate Bay print worth £215, a £100 Celtic & Co. voucher and a classic cashmere scarf worth £115.To enter the draw simply click on the following link and fill in the competition form -www.celticandco.com/blog/laurie-mccall-competitionThe competition closes at midnight on Wednesday 18th November 2020, good luck!
I'm giving ten of my 2021 calendars away to five lucky people (two each). Head over to my Facebook page and LIKE and SHARE the competition post to be entered into the draw. I'll pick the five winners at random on Saturday 14th November. Thanks and good luck! Click here to visit my Facebook page and enter the drawIf you can't wait until then you can order the calendar at www.lauriemccall.co.uk/2021-calendars
After lots of requests over the past couple of years I've put together two new calendars for 2021. One features my Cornish seascapes and the other my wave photography.I'm really pleased with how they've turned out, the colours are vibrant and the quality of the paper and print is great.The calendars include - UK bank holidays, lunar phases, clock changes, traditional Cornish festivals and other noteworthy dates (Mother's Day, Halloween etc.)The calendar measures A3 when unfolded (297x420mm).Discounts are available when you buy more than one calendar.These calendars will make great gifts! Click here to order yours
All of my picture frames are now being made by The Cornish Framing Company in Crowlas. The quality of the frames they make is exceptional and I'm really pleased to have found them. All frames are handmade to order and are made from solid hardwoods such as oak and beach. The attention to detail and build quality of these frames ensures that they will last for many years. Smooth white, matt black, and natural oak finishes are available for all prints but bespoke frames can be made if you have specific requirements.
Here's another free colouring page to download and print. Based on my 'Chapel Rock, Perranporth' print. Click on the image below to download a printable PDF file or click on this link. Please share this page with your friends and family. Colouring's a great way to keep your mind at ease during these uncertain times.