The sense of scale, both in size and time, on a beach like Sombrio fascinates me. The rocks are large, immovable, hard and solid; but they are wearing. It is easy to see how they are not now what they once were. At the same time, I see the limpets, clinging to these rocks. I see that I am as small in my big world is they are in theirs.
The original 36″ x 30″ painting and giclee prints are available here.