East Dean Quartet

#whatliesatthecore – deeper understanding

To talk about man’s relationship with nature (the environment) is a good place to start understanding how we react with what surrounds us. We are as much a part of ‘nature’ as a bee gathering pollen or a frilled shark grazing on the ocean floor.

The four paintings in the East Dean Quartet explore themes of birth, discovery, power and fate.

Sheltered places, easily defended are the most desirable habitats
Sheltered places, easily defended are the most desirable habitats [Cat: 0555, East Dean Quartet # 01, 30 x 40” / 76 x 101 cm, oil on canvas, 2015]
As night draws in people return to the comfort and security of their homes to feel safe during the hours of darkness
As night draws in people return to the comfort and security of their homes to feel safe during the hours of darkness [Cat: 0554, East Dean Quartet # 01, 30 x 40” / 76 x 101 cm, oil on canvas, 2015]
Beautiful places attract many visitors and leave their footprint however careful they behave
Beautiful places attract many visitors and leave their footprint however carefully they behave [Cat: 0553, East Dean Quartet # 01, 30 x 40” / 76 x 101 cm, oil on canvas, 2015]
Landscape and environment shaped by man and home to all living things [Cat: 0552, East Dean Quartet # 01, 30 x 40” / 76 x 101 cm, oil on canvas, 2015]