Incoming tide at the breakwater by Georgie Dowling 
oil paint on panel
Image size: H:50 cm x W:50 cm
Complete Size of Unframed Work: H:50 cm x W:50 cm x D:0.5cm
Frame Size: H:65 cm x W:65 cm x D:2.5cm
Please note that insitu images are purely an indication of how a piece may look
Incoming tide at the breakwater by Georgie Dowling is an original oil painting portraying the scene of the incoming tide crashing over the rocks at the breakwater in Bude, Cornwall. The scene portrays an evening on the coast with a warm sky and subtle blues and whites in the sea. The rocks are full of varied tones. The paint was applied thickly and spontaneously with a palette knife conveying the energy and unpredictable nature of the sea making its way across the rocks. The piece is displayed in a white frame.
Georgie Dowling artist with Wychwood Art.
Georgie was raised near the coast in rural West Wales surrounded by rolling hills and farmland, no doubt influencing her current practice. Having moved to Cheltenham to study Fine Art she has now based herself there. Work is split between painting en plein air across the country, capturing elements of the surrounding landscape, and working in the studio.
“I work quite quickly and my marks are spontaneous and impulsive, I embrace happy accidents and enjoy the life that can be seen in a painting when the artist works instinctively. Inspiration comes to me while exploring the land and sea, sourcing colours and forms that give me a sense of place. The coastline is of particular interest to me; the continuous momentum of the sea and everchanging light is an endless source of inspiration ”
Georgie was raised in rural West Wales surrounded by rolling hills and patchwork fields, no doubt influencing her current artistic practice. Having moved to Cheltenham to study Fine Art she has now based herself there working from her home studio. Inspired by the British countryside, she explores the beauty of the landscape through her oil paintings.
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