Print of an original watercolour which Colin painted out in the open, en plein air, on a freezing cold Jan 30th, 1978. He personally witnessed this flood at Wells-next-the-Sea, North Norfolk.
300gsm archival paper and inks
More about Colin Self
Norfolk born COLIN SELF attended the Slade School of Art in the early sixties arriving at the crucial moment Pop Art emerged in London. Identified as one of Pop Art’s exponents, Self exhibited at the influential Robert Fraser Gallery, along side Peter Blake, Richard Hamilton and Clive Barker. He has remained true to his Pop roots and sees potential in the everyday objects that surround us and calls himself a ‘hunter’, seeking out connections between objects he has selected out from the detritus of mass consumption. His work is fresh, immediate and frequently delivered with a punchline.