Glimpse of Guernsey
Guernsey is the second largest of a group of islands known as the ‘Channel Islands’. An international finance centre, its attractions houses large marinas for the boat and Yachting fraternity, while at the same time catering for the traditional family oriented beach holidays, and also for cyclists and campers.
Its never changing coastline consists of stunning cliff walks, wide sandy beaches, rugged rock formations, hidden inlets, and small access jetties, themselves testimony to a past art of man made toil.
It has many inland attractions, which are adequately explained in the island’s comprehensive tourist guide. Easy access by sea or air to the surrounding islands of Jersey, Herm, Sark, and Alderney are well worth a visit, each retaining their own individual natural characteristics. These paintings and sketches are only a minuscule glimpse of happy memories shared with this island.
Large oil painting