‘When it’s dark, the times are tumultuous, and you feel like you might sink in despair, remember that no storm lasts for ever, it passes over and a new bright shining day will come’ – Hold on
This interpretive painting of what’ remains of Brighton’s West Pier, is based on three phases of life in the story of someone who went through tragic and difficult times, but for whom hope was imparted in the colours of the cloudy sky, until finally their hearts desire though not exactly what they had originally envisioned, became their joyful new life.
This is an original painting which was painted in oil on wooden board, the wood grain and it’s lovely imperfections remain visible.
Actual image Size 103 cm x 33 cm. To be framed in white washed wood which is also been created by the artist herself.
Please note that colours will be more vibrant in real life as the web versions tend to be dulled in compression.
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