Seascape painting of Priory Bay Beach, Isle of Wight ( SOLD)

£90.00

This limited edition giclee print is of a sold abstract seascape painting of Priory Beach on the Isle of Wight. I spent a weeks holiday there in August 2019 and absolute loved the beach particularly the neutral tones and couldn’t wait to get back and paint the scenes. I even ordered the paints online so I could get straight onto it. Other sizes are available and similar commissions are welcome. Contact me if you would like more information.

Description

Seascape painting of Priory Bay Beach, Isle of Wight  is available as a Giclee Print

The original seascape painting of Priory Bay Beach has sold however it is available to buy as an limited edition giclee print. It is printed locally by STR Design and Print and can be ordered in a variety of sizes to suit you.  The print is created using Epson archival pigmented inks printed onto heavyweight matt 230gsm paper. The print is accompanied by a genuine signed certificate of authenticity by artist Jo Sharpe. Jo is very happy to discuss framing options with you.

Inspired to paint a seascape Priory Bay Beach, Isle of Wight

I holidayed close to Priory Bay Beach on the north east coast of Isle of Wight in August 2019. It is one of the quieter beaches on the island and joins onto Seaview beach. I found the beach so inspiring as the colours changed depending on the time of day. Sometimes the sea was a pale blue and sometimes it appeared white. The light reflecting on the water in the sunlight often made the beach looked silver . I could not wait to paint it, thus ordered my paints online so I was able to paint as soon as I returned.

Commissions

I love painting seascapes so if you have a favourite beach you would like to be painted, why not commission me? To find out more https://www.jo-sharpe.co.uk/commission-an-artwork/

Mixed Media Technique

This seascape painting  of Priory Bay beach was produced by mixing medias such as oil pastels, wax  and acrylics. It works well especially when trying to imitate water. I enjoy creating different surface pattern textures. It is one of my idiosyncrasies. I learnt to do this on my printed textile degree course at Bretton Hall College an affiliate of  Leeds University. If you are interested in learning this technique I run a mixed media art workshop in September from my studio in Oaks Park called Art in the Park.

 

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