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118241 Walking Over To Hilbre Island;afternoon
118241

Walking Over To Hilbre Island;afternoon

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in Oil by Gill Stokes 2 Artist Reviews
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At low tide you can walk over to Hilbre Island, a small island nature reserve about 1 mile off the coast of West Kirby, Wirral. It is a magical experience, the island shimmers on the horizon like a mirage the further you walk, the further away the island seems to be. I tried to capture the sea sparkling in the distance, the pools of water reflecting the blue sky, and the island shimmering on the horizon. Painted in oils on a stretched canvas. The picture extends around the edge of the canvas, so no need to frame unless you wish.
W 24.00" x H 24.00"
W 60.96 cm x H 60.96 cm
Oil
This is painted on a stretched canvas, varnishedwith a soft sheen. The painting is ready to hang with cord and D-rings.
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About the Artist

I was born and grew up in Warwickshire but now live in Shropshire. I have always been interested in painting and drawing , even from a very young age I would save my pocket money to buy pencils and brushes. I studied fine art after leaving school, but then decided to train as a primary school ...

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