Paintings Inspired by the Isle of Man


Landscape and Seascapes – Expressive and reflective!

All paintings are original works inspired by the beauty of the Isle of Man. Each one is unique and expressive and picks up on the incredible moodiness of the place, but also captures what I’m experiencing as I work them through. If you are looking for Port Erin, Port St Mary, or the rolling hills on the Island, then you will find the essence of them hidden within these works.

Techniques used

Painted on linen and worked in oils. They are built up with an extended working practice of using many glaze layers and scrubbing back moments to produce rich, deep colours and depth of emotion.

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Moments of Calm

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Held Captive in a Season of Stillness

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Walking On Water

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Thunder in a Sea of Pink

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Walking into the Light

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Into Glory

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Land on Fire

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Pilgrimage

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Winter Colour

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The Hills Begin to Sing

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Beauty and Hope in a Landscape of Desolation

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1 thought on “Paintings Inspired by the Isle of Man

  1. Paula Westerman says:

    Dear Petrina
    You painted The Okd House on Castletown Bay shown in the mid distance with the promenade behind and the sea flowing I front. I have bought cards of this painting but I would love a print or even a small original. We used to live there and it is for my daughter who misses the Island dreadfully. Can you help? Thank you.

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