During the lockdown period Mick has been busy working on his latest collection inspired by the ever-changing coastline of Northumberland.
Autumn sweep 2
Large watercolour original showing a heavy swell driven on by a northerly gale.
74 x 54 cm (image)
The drifting storm
large, watercolour original showing rain clouds driving in against the shore.
74 54 cm (image)
Large watercolour original painting depicting a heavy swell swell, blown in by strong, southerly winds.
Large watercolour, part of a series showing the work going on while we sleep.
54 x 36 cm (image)
Large watercolour, showing a glimpse of the marine traffic during the night hours.
Part of the the series depicting the marine night economy. Large watercolour.
Large watercolour, showing patterns of light, shadow and form. Part of the marine, night traffic series.
three painstings depicting the Pilgrim's way over to Lindisfarne. Mixed media.
Three by 26 cm squares
Large, mixed media painting of the guide posts leading over to Lindisfarne. Painted in watercolour, acrylic inks & paint and pastel.
57 x 37 cm
Red Sea, Craster
Acrylic study of Dunstanburgh from the village of Craster, with stormy clouds rolling in.
40 x 40 x 4 cm
Isolated; Morning glow, Dunstanburgh
Mixed media study of Dunstanburgh from Embleton, in acrylic ink, acrylic paint and pastel.
56 x 38 cm
Isolated: Summer storm 2
Acrylic study on box canvas. Seascape with an interplay of dark rainclouds and brighter breaks, creating patterns of colour and light.
70 x 50 x 4 cm
Panoramic seascape of Dunstanburgh. Mixed media study.
56 x 18 cm
Isolated: Summer haar, Bamburgh
Large, mixed media study of Bamburgh in acrylic inks, paints, wax and pastel.
55 x 37 cm
Isolated: Summer haar, Dunstanburgh
Mixed media painting of Dustanburgh, with the warmer colours filtering through a summer fret.
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