Latest on the Thurstaston Panorama Series

These watercolours came from a series of photographs I took on a visit to Thurstaston beach last summer.  I merged the photos into a curved, wide horizon.  The view across the Dee estuary is of Flintshire and the Point of Ayr.  Much of the estuary has become salt marsh, but at Thurstaston the tide still ebbs and flows. Early paintings were studies, but in later versions I felt able to be more expressive, sometimes using white wax crayon as an under-drawing.

Thurstaston Gold & Blue (watercolour 2013) SOLD

Thurstaston Gold & Blue (watercolour 2013) SOLD

Thurstaston (pink & grey)

Thurstaston Pink & Grey (watercolour and wax crayon 30x30cm framed, image size approx 16x14cm) £110 postcards 75p

Thurstaston Shore 2011 watercolour framed

Thurstaston Shore 2011 (watercolour) A4 total size framed £45

Hilbre Evening (watercolour & wax 2011) framed £45

Hilbre Evening (watercolour & wax 2011) A4 total size framed £45

Panorama

Panorama (watercolour & wax) 2011 SOLD

Thurstaston Panorama watercolour A3

Thurstaston Panorama unframed watercolour A3 £25

 

 

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