Forced ashore.

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Well painted Dixie with great commentary.

This is full of drama, impact and a cracking narrative Paul.

Very dramatic Dixie and good background story.

I love this Paul. You are doing some really great paintings and I echo your gratitude for the fishermen and women and not forgetting the lifeboat crews.

I like thi a lot Dixi.great colours.

Many thank , John, Carole, Tessa, Diane, and Alan for you king comments. As you probably know I have a great love of painting boats and ships sadly some that have come to an unfortunate end, these wrecks still hold a lot of mystery and beauty in there colours and shape as the deteriorate.

A sad painting but a good one!

Very dramatic Dixie.............glad i am not on it!!!!!!???

Really good, dramatic painting, Paul!

Thank you for your kind comments, Heather, David, Romila and Anne as always they are much appreciated.

Hang on Studio Wall
02/04/2021
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20x24 cm on watercolour paper. A fishing boat that had been washed ashore been pounded and broken up by the power of the sea. There are many wrecks like this all over the world and quite a few around the British coast. I take my hat off to those brave men and women who take these tough but still delicate boats out in all weathers so we can have some fish. Thank you for my fish and chips ye tough folk of the sea

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Paul (Dixie) Dean

I developed an interest in watercolour painting whilst recovering from a spinal injury . Started painting whilst laid flat on my back using a mirror, did it stop the OT pestering me, but it backfired. When I sat up had to start all over again as I was use to painting through a mirror. Stop painting…

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