A new piece of work. A cast resin drizzle that could be an abstract gesture made in paint or a fruit coulis styled on an contemporary restaurant plate.
Colours, shapes, painted names and emblems of traditional Portugese boats. They were photographed at the Maritime Museum at Belem, Lisbon.
I went to two exhibtions at the Tate Modern, Arshile Gorky and Theo Van Doesburg and noticed one thing in common with their paintings. Rather than leaving the neutral colour of the paper or canvas visible, they painted it in. If they wanted white they painted white, in oil or gouache.
Watercolours made on the beach at Shingle Street in Suffolk.