East Beach  

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  • pigmented plaster, repurposed house paint, silver roofing tar, encaustic, graphite, on wood panel with white frame

  • 72 x 51 in    |    183 x 130 cm

  • Hydrographic is Gonville’s latest series of work, combining techniques and subject matter from previous series, while delving deeper into the historical context of seafaring times. In the days of sail ‘whitecaps’ of broken water at the top of waves, caused by winds of 12 knots and over, were also known as “Neptune’s Sheep”.


Hydrographic 15  


Hydrographic 12.1  


Ocean Mist  


Shorebreak  


Hydrographic 9  


Hydrographic 8  


Hydrographic 7  


Hydrographic 06  


Hydrographic 05 : Between Wind and Water  

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  • Encaustc, oil, pigmented plaster, silver roofing tar, silk screen, mixed-media on wood board

  • 72 x 48 in    |    183 x 122 cm

  • Hydrographic is Gonville’s latest series of work, combining techniques and subject matter from previous series, while delving deeper into the historical context of seafaring times. “Between Wind and Water” was the term used for the few feet around the waterline on a sailing ship that are alternately exposed to the air or water as the ship rolls through the sea. It was the area aimed at by gunners and the seas would gush in through the damaged hull as the target rolled.


Hydrographic 03  


Hydrographic 53.1