Giclee print of St Mary's Lighthouse, Whitley Bay white frame. Printed on top quality 310gsm art paper using Epson pigment inks, meaning the colours will stay true for years. Each print is individually signed.
Framed Giclee print of Whitley Bay's iconic Spanish City in the snow. Printed on top quality 310gsm art paper using Epson pigment inks, meaning the colours will stay true for years. Each print is hand signed.
Located just off Curry’s Point at the end of Whitley Bay Beach, St Mary’s is a decommissioned lighthouse and popular tourist attraction. Surrounding the lighthouse is a nature reserve, a small museum and a cafe which makes it regularly open to visitors.
The small rocky island of St Mary’s is linked to the coast by a short causeway, submerged at high tide, which makes it inaccessible at certain times of the day.
Decommissioned in 1984, St Mary’s Lighthouse is now a grade II listed building. It is located on St Mary’s Island, originally called Bates Island. The lighthouse is open to visitors today, who can climb the 137 steps up to the lantern room or see the Visitors’ Centre.
The island and lighthouse are connected to the coast at low tide by a rocky causeway, which becomes inaccessible at certain points in the day.
Sycamore Gap is a dramatic dip on Hadrian’s Wall, located near Crag Lough. Winning the Tree of the Year in 2016, the Robin Hood tree is one of the most photographed trees in England.
As well as featuring in the Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves film, Sycamore Gap also has featured in Bryan Adams’ music video and the TV series Top of the Pops, as well as TV crime show Vera. You can definitely see why it would be so popular from this framed tile!
Emily’s gorgeous painting of Sycamore Gap in spring can be found HERE, as well as more North East art.
Blyth Beach Huts are a well-loved addition to the coast, for whatever the weather. A warm sunny day out on the beach or a cosy winter night going back to the hut for shelter.
Emily’s framed tile of Blyth Beach Huts can be found HERE, as well as many more gorgeous North East paintings.