TOWARDS HASTINGS FROM GLYNE GAP – WATERCOLOUR PAINTING

There are some small sandstone cliffs at the East end of Bexill in East Sussex from where you can view St Leonards and Hastings. I used to run along here when I was staying at my parents and in the morning light, the view can be enchanting.

In this painting it is the evening, when the light comes from behind he viewer and illuminates the edges of the low cliffs as well as the masses of wild flowers that grip the windy top. I originally painted the scene one evening when I was there last year, but without the flowers.

I wondered whether the flowers would enrich the view and thought that I would give it a go as part of a series of painting that I have done of the area.

Other seascapes and landscape are available for sale on my website: grahammcquadefineart.com

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