Steve PP Contemporary Coastal Impressionist.
Steve PP Contemporary Coastal Impressionist. Is an artist living in the beautiful seaside village of Woolacombe, North Devon, UK.
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Enjoy a different Steve PP painting for every month of the year.
Ready to hang on your wall.
Twelve gloss images, spiral bound one per month on 230gms paper. Each month comes with a month to view planner below the painting.
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Twelve individual paintings, one for each month.
21 x 28 cm wall calendar
Inspired by journeys along the South West Coast Path searching for surf spots in the 1990’s as a 30 year old surfer. Steve revisits ten of the most beautiful spots. Sees them through the eyes of an impressionist painter thirty years later. Painting Gouache plein air sketches on location then returning to the studio to work them up into larger panoramic acrylic paintings on canvas.
Some of my favourite things about living on the coast in Woolacombe, North Devon. Early morning walks along the beach , foraging for sights and experiences that will fill my day with ideas for paintings. Watching the sun set off Morte Point with family and friends after a swim or surf in the sea. Rounded off with a tasty feed from the beach cafe then the slow amble home to fall into a deep sun kissed, salt enriched sleep!
My aim is to create impressionist paintings , filled with sunlight and passionate colour that make you feel good!
“A Perfect Day At The Beach” is a series of contemporary impressionist coastal art prints that sum up how I feel when all of the ingredients come together. Click on ” A Perfect Day At The Beach” to see the full range of unframed prints.
Steve PP Contemporary Coastal Impressionist, works mostly outdoors painting on location. It’s out amongst the salt air, wide open surf beaches and dramatic sea cliffs that Steve PP is most at home.
Painting the outdoors with passion! Steve PP Contemporary Coastal Impressionist.