When traveling to Normandy, France, my impression was of a sky and ocean with the most beautiful and ever-changing light I had ever seen. The light and colors of the sky seemed to skip along the water. Besides the intense light, the sky was ever-changing. One minute it could be raining and the next minute beautiful clouds would build up along the horizon.
Using oil paint, I painted this seascape scene on a 30 inch x 22 inch acid-free age resistant heavy oil paper.
The painting is signed on the front in the lower right corner, dated on the back, and mounted in a 1.5 inch deep violet colored metal strip frame (2000).