Sunday, 7 February 2016

Danger...deep water.

                 Marsh Edge   Oil study on canvas board   5 x 7 inches   

Tide water drops down into the creek at the marsh edge.  Deep when the tide turns and fills the pools again.  In the meantime there may be tiny crabs and shells to find.

Studio Musings...

A second art re-cycle takes place. 
 This study still has parts of the previous image as the smaller pools added interest.
  I love the lush sea grass at the edge of the mud and the dark nooks and crannies 
for tiny beasties to hide whilst the tide is out. 

The foreground pool leads into a creek which becomes very deep at high tide. The sea in the distance looks serene.   Enjoy the walk but beware.  Keep an eye on that water.

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