Sunday, August 12, 2012


A Fleet of Tiny Boats

Dungeness is also a working beach long inhabited by hard grafters making a good living from the sea.

As Doris Tart said " Don't Forget - The beach will always give you a living"

This project joyfully documents 'that which surrounds' - boats, boats and more boats...
The approach/style is reminiscent of popular prewar 'tourist paintings'. These tiny jewel - like paintings are made with intense concentration and a subtlety which imbues each subject with a sense of celebration and 'longing'.

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Small painting in the continuing series - 'Fleet Dungeness'

The Project celebrates a fine mess painted with a reverence for Daumier and Millet.

This painting is on show at our Open Studios

Painting Size: 14 cm x 20 cm
Oil with Beeswax and damar varnishes on primed canvas.

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