Eventide Collection Series

Eventide. New tonal collection series.

‘Eventide ‘. This tonal series was the inspiration from a late evening sea swim with my friend Mike by the West Pier in Brighton one late summer day , the sea was still like a mirror and the hues of soft pink surrounded us like candy floss. The word eventide means evening in archaic English.

From £180. Print size (1240 or 1150) x 305 mm. Digital pigment print. Open edition, signed, numbered and dated. Printed on SIHL IvoryColor Paper 210 Matt. A natural white high quality paper with a smooth matt surface and wide colour gamut ideal for art. Printing on Epson eight colour pigment fine art printer using archival inks.

'West Pier Rampion Wind Farm Eventide'. The West Pier, a Victorian legacy of the industrial and social revolution, promoting well being and welcoming all segments of society; and in the distance, the Rampion Wind Farm, our legacy for the sustainable future in the shape of the renewable energies revolution, winds of change.
‘West Pier Rampion Wind Farm Eventide’. The West Pier, a Victorian legacy of the industrial and social revolution, promoting well being and welcoming all segments of society; and in the distance, the Rampion Wind Farm, our legacy for the sustainable future in the shape of the renewable energies revolution, winds of change.
'Birling Gap Starling Murmuration Eventide.' Views over the South Downs and East Sussex coast. The beach at Birling Gap is set at the base of the imposing, sheer chalk cliffs known as the Seven Sisters. Between the seaside resorts of Eastbourne and Brighton. It includes in the distance the Seaford Coastguard Cottages.This romanticised view shows a flock of starlings forming a murmuration, with a broken recognisable pattern; patterns of this kind and rhythm appearing with the cliffs formation and the rocks randomly patterned on the beach.
‘Birling Gap Starling Murmuration Eventide.’ Views over the South Downs and East Sussex coast. The beach at Birling Gap is set at the base of the imposing, sheer chalk cliffs known as the Seven Sisters. Between the seaside resorts of Eastbourne and Brighton. It includes in the distance the Seaford Coastguard Cottages.This romanticised view shows a flock of starlings forming a murmuration, with a broken recognisable pattern; patterns of this kind and rhythm appearing with the cliffs formation and the rocks randomly patterned on the beach.
'Cuckmere Haven Valley Eventide'. View of winding flower-rich chalk grassland of the Cuckmere River mouth. Bus 12 takes you along the Coast from Brighton to Eastbourne. After crossing Cuckmere River it winds up over the chalky hills where this view is revealed. The Cuckmere Valley has inspired many other artists such as Ravilious. This view shows the Coastguards Cottages and a glimpse of the beginning of the Seven Sisters cliffs. Eventide meaning Evening in archaic English.
‘Cuckmere Haven Valley Eventide’. View of winding flower-rich chalk grassland of the Cuckmere River mouth. Bus 12 takes you along the Coast from Brighton to Eastbourne. After crossing Cuckmere River it winds up over the chalky hills where this view is revealed. The Cuckmere Valley has inspired many other artists such as Ravilious. This view shows the Coastguards Cottages and a glimpse of the beginning of the Seven Sisters cliffs. Eventide meaning Evening in archaic English.