Afternoon Shorebreak at Scarborough

Afternoon Shorebreak at Scarborough, 153cm x 80cm, oil & acrylic on linen, 2015- sold

I’ve been asked why so many of these pictures have the vertical and horizontal drips running through them. Firstly, it’s a pictorial device, it makes the work more interesting to me and allows me to introduce more colour. I often paint from my photographs but I’m not trying to paint my photographs. On another level, it allows me to suggest the forces that bring about change in a landscape- water, gravity and heat over time. Everything is in a state of flux, nothing remains the same and anyone who goes to a beach on a regular basis can’t help but notice.

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