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Deal Pier

Posted by in | March 10, 2023
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acrylic 40″x30″ A recent commission for a customer.” Deal Pier” at sunrise is a very popular local landmark known to residents and visitors to my town. Opened in 1958 by The Duke of Edinburgh, I was there at the age of eleven with my school to witness the event. I spent many hours fishing on this pier. Since then I have made a few watercolors and oil paintings of this venue.

Sound Mirror, Reverse

Posted by in | September 17, 2021
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Sound Mirror Reverse acrylic 24″x 24″ Near Dungeness are to be found a small number of sound mirrors built early in the last century. These were used to detect enemy aircraft coming across the English Channel. the idea is that a microphone heard engine noise. this study shows the supporting rear construction.


Posted by in | September 16, 2021
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Ramp acrylic 24″x24″.. Again showing the ramp used by the Hovercraft to alight on the sand of the bay.

A Helping Hand

Posted by in | September 3, 2021
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A Helping Hand 16″x16″ acrylic on paper…a piece of work in spray acrylic paint. The subject showing a man being rescued from the sea was prompted by the current influx of migrants crossing the channel in small boats.


Posted by in | August 21, 2021
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Acrylic Painting, 16″x16″ The remains of a human skull found buried on a wetland site in Kent, probably around a thousand years old.


Posted by in | November 29, 2016
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acrylic, 40″ x 15″ A contemporary treatment of a deer carcass left out for foxes and wildlife to fick over.

Sound Mirror Capel

Posted by in | January 20, 2016
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acrylic on canvas, 500mm x 400mm…On the clifftop at Capel. One of the WW One Sound Mirrors still gazes out across the English Channel. Still performing its silent duty listening for enemy flying machines as it always has.

Dymchurch Wall

Posted by in | April 16, 2012
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Dymchurch Wall by Trevor Summerfield

acrylic on wood panel, 12 x 7 inches, includes frame. The sea defenses at Dymchurch as seen some years back. now replaced by a modern construction and huge granite blocks.This is the area the artist Paul Nash pa9nted during his stay at Dymchurch. Now sadly wrecked by new sea defenses,totally unsympathetic to its heritage.