Emerald Beach Wave V original seascape oil painting on canvas. Width 122cm x Height 61cm or 48 x 24 inches. Signed. UnFramed. Comes with a certificate of authenticity. Free UK Shipping.
Emerald Beach Wave V is inspired by the coastline of South Devon and Cornwall. It show a large emerald green wave breaking onto a sandy beach. The sky is cerulean blue with white wispy clouds. The light coming through the cresting wave is a combination of emerald and teal green. The deep shadow of the wave is a mixture of viridian green, indigo blue and oxide yellow. The foreground shows sea-foam rising up and under the waves with the sandy beach wet with sea foam.
I like to work in oils because of their versatility. You can layer the paint so that it has a translucency. Also It is so robust a medium I can scrape the paint back or scratch into it too. This is another in my series of wave paintings which I started many years ago.
The terms sea green has many different colours this article is a good insight into this varied colour.
I graduated with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art in 2008 at the University of Plymouth. My exhibitions have been throughout Devon and one of my films was been exhibited at the South Bank, London and in Italy. I am a Teignmouth based artist.
In conclusion, I am a member of the Devon Artist Network where you can see more of my work here https://www.devonartistnetwork.co.uk/catherine-kennedy-1 and a Geopark Ambassador Artist for the English Riviera UNESCO Global Geopark.
Here is a time-lapsed video of my oil painting process
Artmazing, Powderham Castle 2018
Group exhibition Speculation Gallery, Brixham 2018
Solo exhibition Pavilions Teignmouth 2017
Group exhibition Harbour House, Kingsbridge 2016
Solo exhibition Blue Indigo, Teignmouth 2015
Devon Open Studios, Teignmouth 2014
Brownston Gallery, Modbury 2013
Flavel theatre, Dartmouth 2012
Blue Indigo, Teignmouth 2011
Blue Indigo, Teignmouth 2010
South Bank 2009 video
University of West of England, Taunton 2008 video installation ‘St.Piran’s Day march, Perranporth
Royal William Yard, Plymouth 2006 video installation ‘The sinking of the Napoli”