Medium sized oil paintings in a continuing landscape/portrait diptych series based on the enduring elegance and destructive beauty of Dungeness beach.
Magical and fleeting revelation of an Edwardian train carriage on the west-side beach seen in bright early long light from the south.
"that which rises from the ashes of what was destroyed"
This painting captures the quiet elegance and hand crafted dignity of this much loved and integral component to the existence of the west-side beach at Dungeness.
The black lighthouse stands firmly in place.
The Project celebrates a fine mess series - Painting Dungeness Defender - painted with a reverence for The Hudson River School.
Painting Size: 30 cm x 20 cm + 40cm x 20
Oil with Beeswax and damar varnishes on linen/canvas.
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