These two pieces are part of an exercise that revisits previous artwork. If it works small, it might work big too. A simple line of thought that implied a mammoth effort and long time on the drawing board. Two iconic images of Brighton. The Royal Pavilion and the Palace Pier.
Brighton Palace Pier axonometric view. -Brighton Victorian leisure Palace Pier. The Palace Pier was constructed as a replacement for the Chain Pier, which collapsed in 1896 during construction. It quickly became popular, and had become a frequently-visited theatre and entertainment venue by 1911. Aside from closures owing to war, it continued to hold regular entertainment up to the 1970s. The theatre was damaged in 1973 and following a buy-out was demolished in 1986, changing the pier’s character from seaside entertainment to an amusement park, with various fairground rides and roller coasters. Print size 1020 x 420 mm From £180.
Hove and Brighton promenade. -View of Hove and Brighton from the end of Western Lanws; by the Hove Deep Sea Anglers Club. The view shows most of the fantastic features of the historic promenade and reaches as far a Belle Tout Lighthouse within the South Downs National Park. illustration art. Black Ink pen drawings colour added digitally. Print dimensions 1240 x 305 mm.
Hove the Esplanade and Two Piers. -The Esplanade in Hove. A phenomenal place for promenading with views of the ruins of the West Pier, The Music Bandstand and Brighton Palace Pier
Brunswick Sq Palmeira and Adelaide and the Piers Brighton and Hove. -Beach huts in the heart of the city with the backdrop of Georgian Crescents and Squares facing the sea.
Eastbourne Pier and beach huts – illustration art. Black Ink pen drawings colour added digitally. Print dimensions 1240 x 305 mm.
Brighton City Pier. -View of Brighton Palace Pier from the Steine Gardens.
I360 music bandstand and Brighton Pier. – View of the iconic seafront Victorian and modern leisure architecture.