A day too wet for sketching on a recent holiday in Cornwall, had me hunting for ‘found abstracts’ with my camera around Mousehole harbour.
I love the way decades, possibly centuries, of Atlantic storms have weathered the painted doors and windows; have rusted locks, handles, harbour mechanisms etc. of this small traditional fishing village on the Cornish coastline.
So here is a selection of the images … hopefully they will inspire my future paintings with their colour combinations, line and texture.
Cant wait to see what you do from these. Love the chains but have a thing about chains
ha ha! thanks Jean
Yes, I can see a lot of material for your work here Mari…looking forward to it… that blue is gorgeous…cobalt and cerulean?
Thanks Ruth. It is a fabulous blue isn’t it?