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‘…where the sea comes in’


Nation’s Ode to the Coast (National Trust) Dr John Cooper Clarke

A big fat sky and a thousand shrieks The tide arrives and the timber creaks A world away from the working week Où est la vie nautique? That’s where the sea comes in… Dishevelled shells and shovelled sands, Architecture all unplanned A spade ‘n’ bucket wonderland A golden space, a Frisbee and The kids and dogs can run and run And not run in to anyone Way out! Real gone! That’s where the sea comes in…

Impervious to human speech, Idle time and tidal reach Some memories you can’t impeach That’s where the sea comes in A nice cuppa splosh and a round of toast A cursory glance at the morning post A pointless walk along the coast That’s what floats my boat the most That’s where the sea comes in… Now, voyager - once resigned Go forth to seek and find The hazy days you left behind Right there in the back of your mind Where lucid dreams begin With rolling dunes and rattling shale

Cover Image - Gemma Pearce - Newlyn Trawler and Pink Wild Flowers - Acrylic - 12 x 12 inches

The shoreline then a swollen sail Picked out by a shimmering halo That’s where the sea comes in… Could this be luck by chance? Eternity in a second glance A universe beyond romance That’s where the sea comes in… Yeah, that’s where the sea comes in…


‘…where the sea comes in’ 27 March - 10 April 2021 All paintings are for sale on receipt of this brochure.


North, Towards Lewis Oil - 12 x 20 inches Towards Landdwyn Island Oil - 16 x 20 inches

David Barnes 4.


Near Luskintyre Oil - 12 x 20 inches Stormy Seas off Harris Oil - 16 x 20 inches

David Barnes 5.


Iona Pair Oil - 24 x 24 inches

Garry Brander 6.

Harris Reflections Oil - 24 x 24 inches


Mountain Pass Oil - 24 x 24 inches

Iona Shore Oil - 24 x 24 inches

7.


End of a Perfect Day Oil - 12 x 12 inches

Harry Brioche 8.

Morning Light Oil - 12 x 18 inches


A Spring full of Hope Oil - 18 x 24 inches

Spring Tide Oil - 12 x 12 inches

9.


Setting Sun, Humber Estuary Oil - 12 x 12 inches

Footprints in the Sand, Kynance Cove Oil - 24 x 26 inches

Judith Bridgland 10.


Towards Thorpeness Oil - 26 x 32 inches

11.


Sparkling Sea, Bracelet Bay Oil - 12 x 12 inches Distant Yachts from the Edge of the Water Oil - 20 x 20 inches

Judith Bridgland 12.


Big Wave, Dark Sky Oil - 22 x 40 inches

13.


St Ives Beach and Harbour Mixed Media - 10 x 24 inches Fishing Boat, Coverack Mixed Media - 12 x 12 inches

Nagib Karsan 14.


Enjoying the View, Robin Hood’s Bay Mixed Media - 16 x 16 inches

Fine Day for Sailing, Dartmouth Mixed Media - 16 x 16 inches

15.


Bayard’s Cove to Kingswear across the Dart Mixed Media - 12 x 12 inches

Nagib Karsan 16.

A Stroll around the Harbour, Coverack Mixed Media - 17 x 24 inches


Sundown Oil - 13 x 13 inches

Small Gathering Oil - 11 x 11 inches

Louis McNally 17.


Down River Light Oil - 8 x 10 inches

John Lines 18.

Timber for Wisbech Oil - 14 x 22 inches


Estuary Departures Oil - 18 x 22 inches

Passing Traffic Oil - 15 x 17 inches

19.


Sunset, Mewslade Bay Oil - 12 x 12 inches

South Stack Oil - 24 x 20 inches

Mar tin Llewellyn 20.


Broadhaven Beach Oil - 12 x 16 inches

Stormy Sky over Abereiddy Oil - 24 x 18 inches

21.


High Tide at St Brides Acrylic - 16 x 16 inches

Peter Morgan 22.

Midnight Moon, Abereiddy Acrylic - 16 x 16 inches


Harbour Master, St Ives Acrylic - 24 x 24 inches

23.


Summer Breeze, St Brides Acrylic - 16 x 16 inches

Peter Morgan 24.

Coast View, Abercastell Acrylic - 16 x 16 inches


Fisherman’s Hut, Port Isaac Acrylic - 24 x 24 inches

25.


Lamorna Cliff Walk Acrylic - 12 x 10 inches

Gemma Pearce 26.

Sennen Surfers Acrylic - 12 x 12 inches


Newlyn Fleet Heading Home Acrylic - 12 x 12 inches

Mary Fedden Mug Acrylic - 12 x 12 inches

27.


Garry Brander - Highland Tales, Skye Oil - 39 x 39 inches

Red Rag Gallery Church Street Stow on the Wold Gloucestershire GL54 1BB t: 01451 832563 e: mail@redraggallery.co.uk www.redraggallery.co.uk

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