Artist's description:

Part of the series that started with The Manta Rays of October and November, this sea scene is oddly coloured, all wrong in fact (a bit like the scene conjured up in The Rolling Stones' song "In Another Land from 1967: "...where the trees and the breeze and the flowers were blue... and the grass grew high as the feathers floated by.").

The jetty is almost a launching-off point to the next life/world, as the distant Fathom Feather floats along the horizon. Again, the brushstrokes are as naked as they can be, and the sea is almost "septic" with the clouds in the distance fuming sardonically making it an uneasy setting though alluring in its eccentric and oddly coloured eco-system. The narrative or of this series of paintings is steadily revealing itself 'accidentally', it has an almost psychagogue'esque/Hermanubibic quality running through the metamorphoses of the Feather Ray (which can't be seen in this picture).

Materials used:

Oil Paint

Single, Solitary Figure at Send Jetty (2017)


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This artwork is sold by Mark Eason from United Kingdom

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