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Sunk Island Landscape, near Channel Farm

Sunk Island Landscape, near Channel Farm


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  • Full of interest. Interesting to hear how it has evolved, you've ended up with ( or perhaps you haven't finished with it yet! ) a very atmospheric painting.

    Posted by Marjorie Firth on Wed 07 Oct 20:02:13
  • Both beasties John this I love and think is exceptional. Yes a great.

    Posted by dennis rounding on Wed 07 Oct 20:31:40
  • Sorry meant beauties but beasties sounds good too.

    Posted by dennis rounding on Wed 07 Oct 20:33:30
  • I really do like your work's no nonsense and exciting work.

    Posted by Fiona Phipps on Thu 08 Oct 19:41:31
  • Really love the textures and somber colours in this, so atmospheric.

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Thu 08 Oct 20:24:48
  • Excellent!

    Posted by Gudrun Ståhl Sharpley on Thu 08 Oct 20:42:29
  • Love it! Love the moodiness of it! Love your colours! Love it's roughness! Love it's depth! Love it!

    Posted by craig lee on Fri 23 Oct 20:13:11
  • Just been reading your article. Love this painting!
    Have you seen Anthony Garratt's work? This reminded me of it. I think you would like it.

    Posted by Lisa Bartlett on Thu 14 Jan 12:01:20
  • Just found you. How have I missed your evocative pictures of where I grew up?! Love them all. Born & grew up in Easington. Love this one of Sunk Island - it took me back there.

    Posted by Sue Mann on Thu 14 Jan 20:24:24
  • Sue—pleased to have brought back memories. Wish I'd grown up there. Some of my drawings are not, strictly speaking, Sunk Island—I tend to use that as a general name for the whole of the north bank between Thorngumbald and Patrington Haven. The whole area fascinates me and I find myself thinking "wonder if it'll be wheat or rape in this field this year."

    Posted by John Humber on Fri 15 Jan 22:20:46