Wells-next-the-Sea

I was delighted to learn that this work has been shortlisted for the Sir John Hurt Art Prize and will be in the ‘Exhibition of Shortlisted Works’ at this year’s Holt Festival (22–30 July at the Auden Theatre in Holt). It is a view of Wells harbour one early spring morning, with silhouetted uprights and horizontal shadows forming the bones of the composition. Pontoon mooring posts and the masts from Dutch clipper ‘Albatros’ have their lengths exaggerated through reflection in the harbour water, whilst the elongated shadows of harbour railings fan out in ladder form inviting you to step forward towards the ‘Albatros’ and ‘The Granary’ building beyond.

About Susan Isaac

Contemporary Artist - painter and ceramic sculptor
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