Update from our friend Tim Baynes' ongoing exhibit, starting with this excerpt from an article in The Times by Alan Jackson:
"THE SEA, THE SEA: AN EXHIBITION BY TIM BAYNES
Just as waves are impelled to break upon the shore, so man is and always will be drawn to the sea: Artist Tim Baynes feels that tidal pull more keenly even than most. “Whatever the time of day, no matter what the weather conditions and wherever I am in the world, I love being by the water’s edge,” he says. “Be it on the fringes of a city or amid a desolate landscape, whether in extreme heat or biting cold, it’s where I feel most at one with myself.”
For Tim, that may mean losing himself in such familiar territory as Frinton-on-Sea (he was born in what he calls the nearby ‘badlands’ of Essex), Suffolk’s Aldeburgh, the Gower Peninsula of south Wales and Scotland’s mighty Skye. Or it may mean his discovery of Seattle’s Alki, Sydney’s Bondi and other beaches in, say, Dubai or Thailand while travelling on business (he is a senior executive in the advertising industry) or as a keen-eyed tourist.
A bonus for fellow Moleskine aficionados:
"Within a one man show of my paintings are my Moleskines – laid out on plinths for easy browsing. Location central London.. – TB"
Learn more at his website