This artwork is part of a series of studies inspired by the waters of the Dee estuary. The estuary is a large estuary which enables the River Dee to flow into Liverpool Bay. Liverpool Bay is a bay of the Irish Sea. The estuary starts near Shotton after and then swells to be several miles wide forming the boundary between the Wirral Peninsula and Flintshire.
These abstract paintings explore these waters and the world that lies beneath the surface.
The paintng has been created on Fabriano paper and comes with an off white textured mount and backing board. It is signed on the back along with title and is wrapped in cellophane for protection.
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Fabriano paper, acrylic paint