The Vulcan. Xh588

About the artwork

Original painting at Doncaster’s Robin Hood airport on display. Sold.

Limited edition giclee prints available only.

Walking along sandbank’s beach after Bournemouth Airshow. I was surprised to see the Vulcan roar into view overhead and fly over the Purbeck hills, unannounced!

Due to the aircrash at the Shoreham that afternoon, the pilot of the Vulcan decided to fly over Bournemouth and Poole bay before she returned to Doncaster airport.  I painted this from memory of that afternoon.

This original painting is structured mainly from using a multi layer technique of illuminous acrylic paint and oils creating a pioneering effect of changing moods as the light moves through the room in which they are hanging.

The near mythical paintings highlight Jacqui’s staggering ability to capture the effects of light and shade of different atmospheres.  These paintings are cloaked in mystery and intrigue showing the incredible beauty of the play of light upon the earth.

If you would like to purchase this original painting or see a gallery of work, contact Jacqui to make an appointment.

Also available:

Reproduced on canvas & boxwood frames
Aluminium composite for outdoor use
Greeting cards
Commissions undertaken


Medium: Oil on canvas
Category: Seascape

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