New Giclee Prints and Watercolours
During lockdown I have had the chance to sit in Lympstone village harbour, sometimes for whole days and make studies of the scenery and activity there. I had the time to really pay attention. The enforced narrowing of my horizons (literally) in a sense widened them. T.s Elliot came to mind:
"And the end of all our exploring Will be to arrive where we started And know the place for the first time."
I have also been exploring other materials including inks. This period of concentration has resulted in new finished pieces and Giclee prints.
I have also created a series of watercolors on Kraft paper, which have a different feel to my traditional paintings. These videos show the process of adding detail using watercolour paint to my new artwork "The Boat Shelter Wall".