Ocean Blue. New tonal collection series.
‘Ocean Blue’. This tonal series that I call ‘Blue Ocean’ is a reflection of the aquamarine. colours of the sea I encountered walking on the Palace Pier one clear summer day with the ‘Big Blue’ underneath your feet glistening through the cracks between the planks of the wooden deck and later lounging on a deck chair watching the English Channel framed in the horizon by the white lattice of Victorian wrought iron railings.
Fr . 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. om £180. Print size (1240 or 1150) x 305 mm. Digital pigment print. Open edition, signed, numbered and dated
‘ I360 Palace Pier Bandstand and West Pier Ocean Blue’. In view: the British Airways panoramic lift, The Palace Pier, the Bandstand and the remains of the West Pier. All of this along the Brighton Promenade with its distinctive green painted railing and Chinoiserie style Victorian street lights.
‘Hove Brighton Promenade Ocean Blue’. View of Hove and Brighton from the end of Western Lawns; by the Hove Deep Sea Anglers Club. The view reaches as far a Belle Tout Lighthouse within the South Downs National Park. From original Ink drawing. Hove and Brighton from the end of Western Lawns; by the Hove Deep Sea Anglers Club. The view reaches as far a Belle Tout Lighthouse within the South Downs National Park. From original Ink drawing.
‘Kemptown Brighton Promenade Ocean Blue’. View of Hove and Brighton from the raised cliff of Kemptown at Marine Parade with its typical bow fronted terraced houses; Chinese style street lamps; Victorian lift; the unmissable 1960’s Sussex Heights and our contemporary British airways I-360; the historic Brighton Palace Pier and in the distance the coastline that runs from Shoreham Scottish Power Thermal Station; the two wind turbines; Shoreham industrial Harbour and continuing all the way to Worthing Pier.
‘ London River Thames by Westminster Bridge Ocean Blue’. In View are: Scotland Yard, Victoria Embankment, The Monument to the RAF, The Royal Air Force Memorial, The Adelphi Building, The Savoy Hotel, The Hungerford Bridge and Golden Jubilee Bridges, The Barbican, The Festival Hall, St Paul’s Cathedral, The London Television Centre, The South Bank Tower, The Shell Centre, The London Eye, The County Hall with the London Aquarium, The South Bank Lion, also known as the Red Lion, St Thomas’ Hospital and The Westminster Bridge over The Thames.
‘London River Thames by Tower Bridge Ocean Blue’. In View are: the CitizenM Tower of London Hotel, 41 Tower Hill, the Tower of London with the Bell, Tower, the Beauchamp Tower, the Traitors’ Gate, the Royal Armouries White Tower, the Lanthorn Tower, the Salt Tower, the Cradle Tower, the New Armouries, Tower Bridge House, 1 St Katherine’s Way, The Tower Hotel, Tower Bridge. In the distance Canary Wharf with the HSBC Building, One Canada Square, the Newfoundland Building and the The Wardian, West Tower. And on the South Bank of the River, Anchor Brewhouse Horselydown, Butler’s Wharf West and City Hall along the Thames River Bank.
‘Hers and His Ocean Blue’. George IV’s Brighton Pavilion to Fitzherbert’s Steine House’. It is a panoramic elevational drawing of Old Steine that shows The Brighton Pavilion, The Kitchen buildings and adjacent buildings found at Palace Place, Castle Square and Old Steine. The current YMCA building was at its time Steine House; the former residence of Maria Fitzherbert, mistress and wife of the Prince Regent. And also worth mentioning Marlborough House a 1771 designed by architect Robert Adam
‘Palmeira Brunswick and Piers, Ocean Blue’. -Beach huts in the heart of the city with the backdrop of Georgian Crescents and Squares facing the sea.
‘Brighton City Pier Ocean Blue’. View of Brighton Palace Pier from the Steine Gardens.