Mangroves at the Inlet

Painting of Mangroves at Narrawallee Inlet

Every now and then I attempt to paint our beautiful mangrove trees at the inlet. I love the way light filters through the leaves and branches and the way the little sapplings emerge through the sand seeking light and life.

Narrawallee Inlet is only minutes away and empties and fills with every tide. The mangrove trees flourish along the edges of the inlet’s shores. We used to have a kayak, and at high tide, loved paddling in and around the mangroves.

Although I was reasonably happy with the painting, I knew I had tightened up yet again. So easy to do! Anyway moving onto the next. This is painted in watercolour on Arches 300gsm CP paper, approx 9 x 7 inches / 23cm x 18cm

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