Sea.

Raw. Energy. Life.
“The Sea is fascinating to me, especially in extreme circumstances, storms”

In painting I feel very strongly that energy must be met with energy. By this I mean big seas and powerful subject matter benefits from energetic, physical and confident painting which usually includes allowing the paint to have its own way, without using a brush. Dripping, pouring, throwing, lifting, shaking etc all add to these involuntary effects. Through these processes and techniques I hope to capture the power and atmosphere of the environment that I have placed myself into”.

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Seascapes for sale

English gold no.87
150 x 120cm
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English gold no.79
80 x 100cm
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March gale no.27
120 x 100cm
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English gold no.67
90 x 65 cm
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English gold no.86
90 x 65cm
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March gale no.31
100 x 80cm
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Morning sea no.13
102 x 76cm
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English gold no. 72
70 x 50
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South of France rocks
240 x 155cm
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Branksome chine sunset
200 x 160cm
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Branksome gold no.13
120 x 180cm
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Dull, rainy day no.3
200 x 160cm
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English gold no.78
145 x 180cm
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English gold no.83
120 x 180cm
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English gold no.84
120 x 180cm
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Branksome chine no.4
150 x 170cm
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Storm on the riviera
150 x 170cm
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March gale no.29
140 x 155cm
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Out over the sea sketch no.1
51 x 41cm
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Upcoming exhibitions

If you would like to experience Michael's painting in real life he regularly exhibits his work on the South Coast of the UK and in London.

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