Oceanic: Surface

The Surface series reflects my interest in the physicality of water - studying shapes, formations and exploring how water moves and sculpts what we see on the skin of the ocean. Surface depicts the ocean in various times and weather conditions. This series explores the duality of the ocean, such as the way the surface can be both transparent and reflective - echoing life below the surface and above in the sky.


Figure 1. Sophie Bray, Oceanic: Surface, 2009, Pencil on paper, 57 x 76 cm. (Sold)
Figure 2. Sophie Bray, Oceanic: Surface, 2010, Pencil on paper, 50 x 66 cm. (Sold)
Figure 3. Sophie Bray, Oceanic: Surface, 2009, Pencil on paper, 50 x 66 cm. (Sold)
Figure 4. Sophie Bray, Oceanic: Surface, 2010, Pencil on paper, 50 x 66 cm. (Sold)
Figure 5. Sophie Bray, Oceanic: Surface, 2010, Pencil on paper, 50 x 66 cm. (Sold)
Figure 6. Sophie Bray, Oceanic: Surface, 2010, Pencil on paper, 50 x 66 cm. (Sold)
Figure 7. Sophie Bray, Oceanic: Surface, 2010, Pencil on paper, 50 x 66 cm. (Sold)
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