Mick continues to be busy working on his latest collection inspired by the ever-changing coastline of Northumberland.
Winter's Morning, Causeway
View over the causeway, as the storm clouds give way to the early light of day.
40 x 40 x 4cm canvas
Stormy Monday, Dunstanburgh
With storm clouds drifting from the north, an early morning view towards the castle from Craster.
55 x 37cm
Bamburgh, Autumnal Skies
Rain clouds scud down the coastline as the warming light of dawn slowly saturates the sky.
50 x 50 x 4cm canvas
Seascape study of the sea atCraster as the sun rises on another day
Elements; Morning Reflections, Bamburgh
Soft warm colours penetrate the sky at dawn.
Elements; November Glow, Dunstanburgh
A glorious glow of warm light warms the cold November sky. Mixed media on canvas.
30 x 30 x 4 cm
Elements: Slow Rising, Bamburgh Beach
Mixed media study, looking across Bamburgh beach, as the sun gradually penetrates the bank of cloud and night sky.
Isolated; Morning Serenity
The warming colours of morning light on the causeway. Acrylic on canvas
80 x 60
Isolated; Causeway Haar
The haar rolls over the casueway to Lindisfarne.Medium sized canvas in acrylic.
80 x 60cm
Isolated; Towards South, Bamburgh
Early morning seascape looking south towards Bamburgh. Acrylic on canvas
80 x 60cm
Isolated; Misty Morning, Dunstanburgh
View to Dunstanburgh as the sun slowly penetrates the haar. Acrylic on canvas.
100 x 70
Solitude; The Receding Tide
View over to Dunstanburgh from Newton as the tide ebbs. Large acrylic on canvas
100 x 70cm
Large square canvas in acrylic showing the rain about to drive in from the sea.
100 x 100 cm
Mixed media study in wax and watercolour paint on thick watercolour paper
18 x 18cm
Mixed media study on paper in wax and watercolour paint
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