Family Beach Walk - Cornwall
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Family Beach Walk - Cornwall

Painting medium: Acrylic paint



Gallery: Wychwood Art

Ships from: United Kingdom

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About the artwork
Family beach walk - Cornwall. Gordon Hunt. Original painting in acrylic. A family on holiday, walking on the beach, paddling in the water, throwing the ball for the dogs. Capture a moment from your family holiday of the family walking on your favourite beach.


Medium Acrylic paint
Support Canvas
Framed? No
Subjects Landscape,
Style Impressionist
Original or Edition? Original
Certificate of Authenticity No
Artwork Dimensions: 40 X 40 X 4 X cm

About Gordon Hunt

Gordon Hunt was born in 1958 in Nottingham. He graduated in Graphic Design and worked in various design studios, and has had his own business for over twenty five years. He currently lives and works from his studio in Fowey, Cornwall. He sells paintings and prints in several galleries in the UK, plus one in Portugal. He also sells work around the world with online galleries.

Artist's statement: "I paint the light effects of sunshine on water, with sparkling reflections and silhouettes, resulting in strong contrasting colours and dynamic shapes, I have a real sense of ‘painting the light’ when creating these works, evoking the feeling of sunshine, holidays and well being, which I think is why they are so popular.

The camera is my sketchbook, I carry it at all times, ready to capture a moment, a ray of light, a sparkle of water. Back in the studio I sketch out the composition in my sketchbook, it has brown paper pages, so as well as the shapes drawn with a black pencil, I also use a white pencil to indicate the white, bright areas of the painting. The quick drying properties of acrylic suits my style of painting, building up layers of colour, working towards the brightest parts of the painting. I also like the modern clean look of box canvas on the wall".