An experimental montage of Lynmouth Harbour executed with multiple layers of cut and torn coloured tissue paper. Prints of this work retain the original colour values, but the blues in the actual piece have faded so much that it has become a different picture.
One evening I decided to drive up onto the moors, only a mile or two from my house – it looked like a nice sunset was promised. This is not retouched. The sunset was more spectacular than I’ve ever seen and kept changing every couple of minutes. While I was snapping away, amazed by theContinue reading “Do sheep enjoy a sunset?”
It’s exactly a one mile walk from my house in Lynton (on the top of the cliffs) to the beach at Lynmouth. Nobody builds sandcastles here other than in their minds. Lynton and Lynmouth are twin villages situated at the western edge of Exmoor National Park in the South West of England. The population hoversContinue reading “Lynmouth beach”