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Breaking Winds

Breaking Winds

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This artwork represents the sea view through a cabin porthole.

The sea is turbulent and the skies are stormy, it is inspired by a personal experience of being stranded in the Bay of Biscay for sixty hours.

The brushstrokes and the marks made express the power of the waves, the differentiation of colour shows the turbulent swells, the depth of the sea is thick blue paint, the texture is applied in an impasto manner.

The white caps show the fluctuations of the sea, as the ship is encircled by the storm.

The top part has streaks of light blue representing the parting of the storm, which would give the ship a gap to manoeuvre its way back to its planned course.

W 15.75" x H 15.75"
W 40.00 cm x H 40.00 cm
Round Canvas
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About the Artist

I studied English Literature BA (Hons) at university and I went on to do a Creative Writing course with the Open University. This led me to becoming a writer of children’s books, in particular I enjoy creating picture books. Gradually the picture became my focus and I started to create an Ill...

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