A recent assignment on a painting course I am following called Story Painting by Tracy Verdugo. This one was “When worlds collide”. I chose to mash up two beach scenes, one a recent socially-distanced trip to a beach with its lovely huts, and the other is a memory of Essaouira. Camels are hardy creatures and this one might even like it in Norfolk. But the strangeness of a plague year afflicts every city, every beach in the whole world.
This was my Facebook post on the incident:
There was no mist, I added it to correct a mistake in composition, so as to favour one element over another and make the picture more restful on the eye.