Artist's description:

Part of the fantasy series that started with the Manta Ray pictures. Painted on textured card-type paper.

Last August (2017) I was asked to design a logo for a Progressive Rock Radio Show (Progressive Intervention on Harbour Radio): the motifs that came out of that exercise are still extant here (the eye, the feathers as wings, the odd geometric shape set in a landscape - here a seashore). The sense of ancient days and huge stretches of time emanate from these strange juxtapositions, and so to my mind fits in with that whole "sign of the times" feel the early 1970s had... promise of great things to come, yet ominous, optimistic yet self-searching, science and awareness of just how insignificant our time and our lives are in the greater sweep of things.

Materials used:

Oil Paint

On The Shore of Sadness (2018)


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This artwork is sold by Mark Eason from United Kingdom

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