Artwork description:

Late afternoon down on the barnacled rocks at the tip of a remote, rugged headland on the Atlantic Coast of Cornwall. It is a place rarely seen due to it's steep cliffs and inaccessibility. Under a greying sky the waves heave and draw, pushing up against the rocks and withdrawing in streaming cascades.

I composed this shot to add a jagged 'saw tooth' composition between positive and negative detail with a sharp angular structure to complement the fine details in the rock and water. A strong, unforgiving image of a tough, forbidding place that is rarely

As with all my pictures, this image was captured 'in camera', with only minimal refinement in post processing. The colours are faithful to those I witnessed. I hand print my artworks (that are limited to a run of 50) on Hahnemuehle Photo Rag Baryta, one of the finest fine art papers money can buy, using Canon Pixma inks that give bright, faithful colours that will last a lifetime.

Framed in black wood surround with an 'ivory' coloured mount (10cm deep on all sides), the artwork is finished with acrylic gallery 'glass' that sets off the presentation while providing protection from dust and UV light.

Please Note: The main viewing image is watermarked to deter theft. The actual artwork does not bear this tag.

Materials used:

Hahnemuehle Photo Rag Baryta 350 gsm Fine Art paper printed with Canon Pixma inks.


#seascape  #waves  #cornwall  #rocks 

Couldron Pouring (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Chris Simmons from United Kingdom

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