This painting is a representation of one of my favourite pieces at the National Gallery of Victoria by Clarkson Stanfield, circa 1830. Our seascape has changed over time and the modern world is set in contrast by the presence of waste and colour.
I recently walked a beach in Melbourne after a storm, it was beautiful but the plastic and debris was saddening. Later that day, I went to the National Gallery of Victoria and saw a painting of a storm by Clarkson Stanfield circa 1830. I realised how much 200 years has changed our landscape set here in contrast through both waste and colour.
Mixed media - oil, pastel, pencil, ink
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