Digital Art

Mary Fletcher | Marina Village, Port Pendennis

Marina Village, Port Pendennis

A digital painting of Pendennis inner Marina and the surrounding houses, known as the marina village. In the distance is the Falmouth Hotel. Taken from the Maritime Museum.
Mary Fletcher |  Lone Surfer

Lone Surfer

A lone surfer walks down the beach to the sea, painterly effect added.
Mary Fletcher |  The Bicycle

The Bicycle

This old bicycle was taken in a pretty square in Crete. I have created it into a digital painting.
Mary Fletcher | Bicycles on the Prom

Bicycles on the Prom

Colourful bikes parked on the esplanade in Dusseldorf. The construction of the new Rhine embankment promenade along the inner city fulfilled an old dream of the Düsseldorfers: the return of the city to the Rhine. Painterly effect added.
Mary Fletcher | Amsterdam Cruise

Amsterdam Cruise

A traditional old wooden motor yacht cruises in the harbour in Amsterdam. A digital painting.
Mary Fletcher | Tarn in the Lakes

Tarn in the Lakes

The light and reflections in the Lake District are what makes this place so very special to artists. I have created a soft painterly effect in this image, which is composed from one of my original photos
Mary Fletcher | Smile and the World Smiles with you!

Smile and the World Smiles with you!

A digital painting of a fun smiling frog - this would brighten anyones day!
Mary Fletcher | Uh Oh!

Uh Oh!

A fun digital art image of a frog to make you smile!
Mary Fletcher | Bathtime!


Froggy bathtime a digital painting and a fun image!
Mary Fletcher | Fishing Boats Looe

Fishing Boats Looe

This is a digital painting of the colourful fishing boats moored alongside the dock at Looe, Cornwall. Loe is a popular tourist destination and a working fishing harbour with a large fleet of boats.
Mary Fletcher | Shell Gas

Shell Gas

The old Shell gas pumps still exist in the sea town of St Mawes, Cornwall.
Mary Fletcher | Simply Red

Simply Red

A simple digital painting of a red kayak sitting alone on an empty beach in Cornwall.
Mary Fletcher | Red, White and Blue

Red, White and Blue

Painting with light using a glass ball and several small finger lights.
Mary Fletcher | Autumn Canal Boats

Autumn Canal Boats

Brightly coloured canal boats moored quietly on a peaceful canal in Shropshire. This is a digital painting created from my original photograph.
Mary Fletcher | Thomson's Gazelle

Thomson's Gazelle

The Thomson's gazelle is one of the best-known gazelles. It is named after explorer Joseph Thomson and is sometimes referred to as a tommie”. Thomson's gazelles can be found in numbers exceeding 550,000 in Africa and are recognized as the most common type of gazelle in East Africa. The Thomson's Gazelle can reach speeds of 50 miles an hour. It is the second fastest animal on earth. This is a digital drawing of one of my own images.
Mary Fletcher | Smeatons Tower, Plymouth

Smeatons Tower, Plymouth

A digital painting of one of my own photographs, Smeaton's Tower is a memorial to celebrated civil engineer John Smeaton, designer of the third and most notable Eddystone Lighthouse. A major step forward in lighthouse design, Smeaton's structure was in use from 1759 to 1877, until erosion of the ledge it was built upon forced new construction.
Mary Fletcher | Atyla


A digital paintinng from one of my photographs of the tall ship Atyla. Tall ship Atyla is a two-masted wooden schooner handmade in Spain between 1980 and 1984. She was designed by Esteban Vicente Jimenez to look like the Spanish vessels from the 1800s and built with the intention of circumnavigating the earth following the Magellan–Elcano route and then become a training ship.
Mary Fletcher | Mariette


A digital paintinng from one of my photographs of the superyacht Mariette. Mariette is a classic schooner and is regularly seen sailing off the coast of Cornwall.
Mary Fletcher | Swordfish LS 326

Swordfish LS 326

A digital painting of LS326 which is one of the last two remaining Swordfish in the world. The story of her survival is incredible and few who have seen her fly can begin to appreciate the luck, care and perseverance that have been expended keeping her in the air. The Fairey Aviation Company, Westland Aircraft and everyone who has contributed to maintaining her airworthiness over the last fifty years have had to face every difficulty – virtually rebuilding the aircraft in 1955, and the engine in 1967, searching the world for spares. The aircraft was even a movie star at one point, when she had a part in the film “Sink the Bismarck!”, demonstrating the pivotal role that the then near-obsolete Fairey Swordfish played in World War II when they dropped torpedoes on the mighty German battlecruiser, disabling the ship so it could be overtaken and targeted by the surface fleet.
Mary Fletcher | St Ives

St Ives

A digital painting of one of my photographs. A classic view of St Ives in Cornwall. The sun briefly shone on the buildings which created a beautiful light.
Mary Fletcher | Welsh Sweets & Treats

Welsh Sweets & Treats

A delightful, colourful shop front taken in Tenby, South Wales. A slight cartoon effect has been added to this original photo
Mary Fletcher | Eye eye

Eye eye

Just loved this quirky door on a street in Tenby, South Wales. A painterly effect has been added to the original photograph.
Mary Fletcher | Autumn Canal Boats

Autumn Canal Boats

Brightly coloured canal boats moored quietly on a peaceful canal in Shropshire. This is a digital painting created from my original photograph.
Mary Fletcher | Pfarre Lech

Pfarre Lech

This beautiful church sits on top of a small hill in the gorgeous viallage of Lech in Austria. This image has had a painterly effect added.