ALGAE
glaucus5.gif (9191 bytes)

MARINE LIFE ART


 
 

 


Batik Paintings of Sea Life
 

Batik by Robin Parris (click on the image for more)

Ebb/Flow 
1070 x 1070 mm (42 x 42 inches) 
1994 

A study of rock pool life at Crackington Haven, North Cornwall, with a subtle reminder that humans are never far away. The craggy North Cornwall coastline provides some good rockpooling sites, with an amazing range of strange and colourful creatures living amongst the seaweeds. Crackington Haven is also suffering from the beauty of its (rapidly disappearing) pebbly beach - the quartz riddled stones have been collected for home and garden decoration for many years. The subsequent lack of a stone bank at the top of the beach is causing huge erosion problems.                           Robin Paris

Yellow-headed Poppy. Water Colour by Audrey Chapman (Shoreham)
 
 
 
 
 
 

Yellow-headed Poppy. Water Colour by Audrey Chapman (Shoreham), 
part of the Adur World Oceans Day Exhibition.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

FIVE KINGDOMS TAXONOMIC INDEX TO BRITISH MARINE WILDLIFE
 Copyright 2000   British Marine Life Study Society
Homepage
Index
News 2017
News 2016
Main Links
Membership Form
Top of the Page