COLIN BAILEY
ARTIST & PRINTMAKER
GROYNES
Giclee prints

GROYNES
To slow down the erosion of the coastline through longshore drift, erosion and to prevent flooding to the reclaimed land behind, groynes have been put into place between Fairlight and Rye Harbour.


SEE ALSO:      RX FISHING BOATS     COASTAL TEXTURES
HOME     CONTACT      HISTORY      CARDS      PRINTING     PHOTOGRAPHY     FAQ      RESOURCES     LINKS     TERMS
Ryepress resources is an Amazon “Astore” in which I have gathered together a selection some of the Art Materials and equipment that I have used personally and can therefore recommend.
HOME     CONTACT      HISTORY      CARDS      PRINTING      RESOURCES     LINKS     TERMS
BEACHSCAPES           ST PANCRAS

COASTAL TEXTURES       GROYNES
SLIP OF THE LINE - Ryebay, East Sussex - Giclee print by Colin Bailey
SLIP OF THE LINE
Original: Oil on paper 14” x 21” SOLD (prints still available)
SLIP OF THE LINE
A line of ancient groynes and marches down to the sea across the shingle at Winchelsea beach near Rye. With a life span of 50 years these massive beams are buried 3/4 of their length in the constantly moving shingle, which otherwise would be slowly carried up the coast exposing the reclaimed area of Romney Marsh to the sea.
Limited edition Giclee print
Unframed £75
Giclee print  (10” x 15”) edition of 250
Unframed: £75
Related pages
Ryepress now takes Debit and Credit cards! Please ring Colin Bailey on one of the numbers above to arrange payment.
< 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 >