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Oil Painting of Swans at Pebble Beach Broughty Ferry

Swans at Pebble Beach - 30x36 ins.  Oil on Canvas                                                    950

This painting is of the young swans which live in large numbers around Broughty Ferry where I live. They cruise along the shoreline in small groups at low tide, eating the silkweed from water’s edge. This is a painting of them one evening in a warm light when the sun was starting to set. I knelt at their level, right on the edge with a digital camera and got a series of images as they came up to investigate. I didn’t have any food for them so without fuss, they resumed their procession into the light, looking quite surreal.  I based the work on these photographs and I painted “double images” into the work because it seemed to suit their silent, ghostly dignity.

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