THE BEACH AT FORMBY POINT – WATERCOLOUR PAINTING

Maybe the season of repeats. Here is another version of a painting I posted a few weeks ago. I decided the cliffs of sand dunes needed simplifying and enlarging and I removed clutter from the foreground. I also simplified the cloud formation and made them compliment the dunes better. Its a simple scene, but its about the openness of the beach which seems to roll on forever.

Merry Christmas – as its a nice day we are heading off for a walk along the beach on the Wirral. Hopefully there will be a few potential paintings waiting for me there.

Other beach scenes are available for purchase on my website: grahammcquadefineart.com

11 thoughts on “THE BEACH AT FORMBY POINT – WATERCOLOUR PAINTING

  1. Oh my goodness – you’ve managed to capture the tone of a stormy sky exactly! I have frequently looked up to see this steel blue purple colour in a threatening sky and wondered about how to make a painting of it and still have it look real… and you’ve done it! Great job!

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