Clouds are an obsession, I'm always looking into the sky. It's possibly my degree in Geography that makes me so interested in them, knowing the different names and formations, but more likely, my childhood spent sailing around the South coast. My dad taught me all the old weather sayings and I still love them "mackerel sky and mares tales, make tall ships carry low sales" means it's going to be breezy. Also, a hard horizon line is a sign of wind ahead. This painting has a bit of both, but also a feeling of warmth. One of those wonderful summer days when the sea breeze fills in after lunch and the surface of the water comes alive with colour and movement.
Look into the Sky, oil on canvas 80 x100 cm, please email me for further information firstname.lastname@example.org