Influence: This little triptych reflects the vast expanse of Victoria’s 90 Mile Beach. As I child, I spent many holidays with my parents down at a place called Sea Spray. A small town with a general store selling petrol, bait, food, newspapers as well as acting as the post office. There were little beach houses dotted everywhere and a caravan park on the shoreline. Our family used their own caravan and liked to venture away from town and locate behind the sand dunes in a quiet secluded spot away from the noice of the fellow campers and town folk. One vivid memory which inspired me to create this triptych was the vast expanse of shoreline with absolutely no one on, in or around it. The sand had no footprints, the ocean had no surfers or boats occupying it. There were no fishermen nor sunbathers. Only seagulls on occasions. It was like a completely deserted beach. A rare sight indeed and I hope you are transported to that same beach whilst studying this art.
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