Description from Singulart
Where the strata in the rock of the South West coast of England hit the sea small bays have formed in the soft rock between the bands of hard rock. These small bays were used by smugglers to hide their booty, secreting away that which they did not want to be found. I have used a circular motif to echo the shapes made by hidden barrels, and also the evolution of early life in this the Jurassic coast. This process of obfuscation is echoed in the work, with other colours sourced from the area hidden away under a surface of blue, moving like a tidal force and in the knowledge that while tides come in they also go out revealing what has been hidden beneath.
Medium: Oil, Pigments on Canvas
Other details: Artwork on supported wooden frame. Ready to hang. Framing on request.