I guess because I live at the marina end of Brighton I always tend to look that way from the pier and I love the light at sunset on the buildings in Kemptown. We are saturated with images of the burnt out West Pier; no one ever paints the marina! Well it’s in a lot of my paintings and I’ve made it blend in fine. I was so excited one day when the low tide revealed sand, it was an incredible sunset and the starlings were doing their dance in the sky above. This inspired a series of paintings that capture this end of the beach with a wonderful sense of light and space. See the full series of paintings on my website.
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