Red Bluff Lake Tyers
Red Bluff Lake Tyers marks the eastern end of the famous Ninety-Mile beach. In this painting I have changed the perspective. I look down at the shoreline then sweep the eye along the sand to the Bluff, viewed at eye level. This enables me to tell the story of the intrinsic beauty and detail of the shorelines of the Ninety Mile-Beach in East Gippsland, contrasting with the rugged outcrop of rock protruding majestically into the sea. Broken shells and sea weed are thrust from the wild seas onto the beach here in this beautiful pristine environment.