Art Print Beach Huts No.2
Every time I visit the coastal seaside towns of England I am amazed by the number of beach huts that exist in every shape, colour and size.
Recently we visited Beer in South Devon on a cool windy day in June - British summers are so unpredictable - we enjoyed a favourite crab sandwich while sitting in a beach hut!
This painting is based on a collection of beach huts that I have seen in my travels and is typical of what you could see at almost any seaside beach in England.
I enjoy exploring the shapes and architectural styles of beach hut construction and I always include a washing line of 'whites' out to dry in the warm sunshine. I hope you enjoy this Beach Huts painting as much as I enjoyed creating it.
This painting was has been accepted at the Clifton Arts Club Open Art Exhibition in Bristol the Royal West of England Academy Exhibition, the Royal Bath and West Show and the Clevedon Arts Club Annual Exhibition.
Each art print is individually signed and numbered by the artist and bears an embossed authentication with print number. The image area of the print is 28cm x 41cm (11″ x 16″) and suitable for framing in a standard frame.
Catalogue ID: PR102