Curlews calling over the Estuary original seascape oil paintingon canvas

by Jane Skingley

£2,000.00

Jane Skingley

Jane is best known for her dramatic interpretation of seascapes, landscapes and clouds. She also paints flowers and birds. The common thread in her subject matter is a love of the outdoors and nature.

Description

‘Curlews calling over the Estuary’ is a large seascape painted in oil on a deep (4.3cm) box canvas. Painted in soft blue, green and beige, the painting brings a sense of calm and tranquility.

I build up layers of paint to give a sense of depth. Clouds, sea and waves are created by flicking paint at the canvas and smoothing it in to bring energy and movement to the artwork. This process gives a semi abstract feel to the sea an the sky.

My work is about capturing moments. It could be the beach that I went to as a child, or on a family holiday, or the view from my daily country walk. Images may be based on a fleeting memory or a place that is visited over and over, each time seeing something different.

I aim to capture the essence of the place and the feeling that makes its special, maybe the sweep of the shore or curve of the land.

The painting is signed with initials on the side and I paint around the sides of the canvas.

beach seascape painting with blue sky clouds sand and sea
‘Curlews calling over the Estuary’ oil painting on canvas 80x100cm

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