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Couta Boat, Fishermans Beach, Plein Air.

Description : This painting of a ‘couta’ boat off Fisherman’s Beach in Mornington, is a result of my recent venture into the world of ‘plein air’ painting. I grabbed a limited range of oil paints, a mobile easel and two palette knives and clambered over the rocks to one of my favourite views in Mornington. To my absolute delight; an iconic couta boat sailed in to the calmer waters and became the feature of this piece. The beauties of plein air painting are the unexpected surprises that can be encountered when you leave yourself open to the elements. The painting is on canvas with a 3cm edge, painted black and ready for hanging.

NRN # : 000-39558-0149-01

DIMENSIONS : (Height - 40.00 cm X Width - 30.00 cm )

Medium on Base : Oil on Canvas

Genre : Contemporary

Status : For Sale

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Copyright : © Philip Vercoe

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I have been a continually practising artist my whole life, apart from periods when my art took a ‘back seat’ for long periods, while I pursued a career in the so called real world. This lack of fulfilment in my work and dreaming every night about painting and drawing, brought me to my ultimate truth to become a full time artist.

Always, I have studied art and artists; through books, galleries, workshops, and the bottomless depths of the internet, but I still consider myself predominately ‘self-taught’. My inspiration comes from a large and varied range of artists with contrasting styles such as Sargent, Degas, Waterhouse, Anders Zorn, Sorrolla, Bischoff,  Diebenkorn, Susan Valadon, just to name a few of many. This journey of discovery and enlightenment, I now understand is taking me more and more to the world of the abstract. That dangerous world of freedom, ideas and boldness, where you expose yourself to the way you truly see the world and how you engage with it. Although the audience you speak to may be smaller in number, the understanding comes at a deeper level and art is only truly complete when an engaged viewer is present. This allows the viewer to contemplate the infinite possibilities of what is seen and unseen. Yes, my art does need to tell a story and for a moment, at least, instil an emotion that is as individual as the way we all see the world, therefore I want my paintings to form a unique relationship with you. Through art, we can throw aside the restrictions that society places upon us and redefine our relationship with others and nature, to find our own truth. This is what inspires me. 

Art is a pursuit that I will continue for the rest of my life; there will be triumphs, failures, experiments and discoveries. I hope you will share this journey with me.

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