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Painting: Oil, Acrylic, Spray Paint on Canvas.
FIRST EXHIBITED AT SUMMERHALL, EDINBURGH
December 2012 - January 26th 2013
This series explores the infinitely shifting scenes along a section of UK coastline.
Morecambe Bay has particularly awe inspiring topography, weather and light. The area is bestowed with a vast, ever-shifting watery mirror measuring 120 square miles. As a contrast there are the forms and ridges of the Lake District Mountains. Add to this mix the prevailing westerlies, that move in weather from the Atlantic, and you have all the elements for infinite visual transpositions.
The effects of light renders twists and turns and tricks with the landscape. Whole mountains may dissolve and reappear at will, single fields can be spotlighted miles across the bay, hills and valleys you might never see in a lifetime, may emerge from mists for a fleeting moment. Whatever configuration of light and weather you see on any given day or minute, you will never see again.
The Inters are an ongoing reflection of the magical shifts along Morecambe Bay.
Go to www.ingridchristie.org to view different configurations of this original artwork
Artist featured by Saatchi Art in a collection