This is a collage of four different flaked paint surfaces. I liked the colours revealed under the worn upper layers of paint. The top three strata were of boats out of the water by the river at Beccles. They were obviously dry docked for refurbishment. The bottom layer is of an old buoy which is a decorative exhibit on the quay at Kings Lynn, by the Customs House. The dilapidated lifebuoy was still on the wall of a derelict and disused Broads National Park building by the bridge at Beccles.
Untitled No. 49.2
Medium: Reworked digital photograph
Size: See Contact page for details of size.