At the beautiful National Trust owned Cotehele Quay, just off the Tamar River in Cornwall, a sail-boat sits in the pouring rain, moored to the old granite Quay and awaiting better days.
Occasionally I like to paint scenes in subdued light, and rain is a great way of knocking bright colour back to create a different mood in a painting. It was raining so hard on this day, that at times I couldn't actually see the boat.
This is an original free-hand painting carried out on a Wacom graphics tablet.
Supplied with frame and wall hangers and full instructions - frame hanger requires screwing into frame.
Timber, canvas, UV resistant inks.