Flamborough head and Bempton cliffs series

September 15, 2017

I’ve completed the series of paintings from my trip to Flamborough and Bempton cliffs. The coastline is beautiful and has such variety. The look and feel of the Sea changed as the Sun moved and the day progressed, and I loved the various shapes created by the shadows of the cliffs on the water.

I was up on the cliff tops for Sunrise. It was still dark when I got up there, but I was skipping around trying to take it all in. I had a few hair raising moments with the offshore winds, when they threatened to throw me over the edge! I hope you enjoy the paintings.

 

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‘Bempton cliffs, North Yorkshire’

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‘Old fishing boat at the North landing, Flamborough head’

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‘Morning sunlight near Flamborough head’

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Thornwick bay, Flamborough cliffs’

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‘View towards High Stacks at Flamborough head’

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‘Needle at Flamborough Head’

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‘First light at Flamborough cliffs’

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