This series of panel paintings has the simple premise of comparing the conditions of weather and light at different times of day and times of year. The location is constant. Seen together as an assembly the paintings in their observation of colour and light speak of shifting conditions.
The absence of traditional subject matter (a boat, a swimmer) draws attention to the intersection of sea to sky. This becomes a point of interest. The limitation of the size of the panels encourages a proportional divide of 1/3 to 2/3 but the conditions can change the perception of this construct. The sea can appear the dominant and push the sky back in space and then it can be reversed and the sea becomes proportionally but a sliver.