Jervis Bay, on the South Coast of NSW, Australia has an abundance of beautiful beaches and waterways which have inspired me to create an ongoing series of watercolour and gouache paintings. I do plein air studies on-site and then paint the final works in my studio. Steamers Beach is located in Booderee National Park and faces out into the open ocean rather than into the bay. It is only accessible via a 2.3km walk that ends with a steep decent down to the beach. Whilst it is beautiful it is not reccommended to swim here due to its popularity with sharks, inaccessibility and regular strong rips. You can see a huge rip in this painting that can quickly drag you at to sea in minutes.
These prints of my paintings are professional archival quality and they are printed on 200gsm cotton rag, acid-free, lightly textured paper so that they retain the look of the original paintings.
The signed prints are securely packaged to ensure they do not get damaged during transport to you and are packed with their own map card that identifies the location and viewpoint the original artwork replicates.