Drama by Marsden Rock

Drama by Marsden Rock
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Another glorious seascape. Masterly. I've made a comment in your forum thread.

Lovely simple seascape with good water movement, well done.

Thank you very much, Lew and James, for the kind comments. Very much appreciated. I've replied to your comments in WIP, Lew, so thanks again for that. I seem to get a better picture over there for some reason, I find. This series has been a lot of fun. Best to both Bri

Great sea Brian!

Thank you very much, Heather. Appreciated. Bri

Great seascape, Brian - like the sea .

Been following these on the forum - they really are great works and quite different from my seascapes which I have just coincidentally posted.

Thank you very much, Maureen and Michael, for the kind comments. Much appreciated. I thought one of your seascapes was an abstract landscape, Michael, but I can see the connection now. Both very good paintings and relaxing on the eye. Best Bri

Excellent work Brian, I bet they'll all look fantastic displayed together.

Another spectacular seascape, I can feel the spray in my face Brian, truly wonderful painting.

Thank you very much, Val and Russell, for the encouraging and very generous comments. Always appreciated. I'm absolutely delighted you like this one. Thanks for letting me know. Bri

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09/06/2019
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Oil on Canvas 50 x 40 cms. Fourth of four paintings showing the coast off South Shields, North East England. It was on the 4th of May 2019 that I happily stumbled across this scene whilst visting the Marsden Grotto pub with my son, Jack. An onshore wind and high tide had conspired to produce a lively sea. As always, the kittiwakes were circling above the rock, as if excited about the commotion below. All four paintings are now in WIP, if you'd like to see them together. (they will be soon, anyway) *smile*

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Brian J Mackay

I'm a retired FE lecturer (62), having taught Marketing and Geography to Travel & Tourism students for twenty years or so, and I DO miss it a bit. My wife, Diane, is from Kendal, where she introduced me to the Lake District fells, tarns and lakes. They have been a source of inspiration for me (and…

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