Boulmer (pronounced 'Boomer') is one of Northumberland's last genuine, traditionalfishing villages. It has a natural haven, formed by low rocky outcrops, which are hidden at high tide and its inavriably bobbing with the small boats of local skippers.
Romantic tales of smuggling in the distant past, add to its tranquil charm. But these days it is better known as the source of lobsters and crabs, which are delivered daily to local sea food restaurants.
It's also a great place to see a wide variety of sea birds in all seasons
This painting was created using Artist's acrylic paints on a canvasboard.
The painted image is 30 by 40 cm. It is ready to hang and framed in a bespoke "double" frame, making the the outer dimensions of the framed work 45 by 55.5 cm.