The Opal of Whitby
She was built at Greenock in 1845 and in 1865 registered at Whitby. Seen here in Whitby's upper harbour 'The Opal' worked as a trading vessel until 1899 when she was sold to the Cleveland Flour Mill as a lighter - a boat which loads and unloads between larger vessels and the wharf.
Jurying Item #1
|Technique:||Watercolor on Paper|
|Styles:||Expressionism, Impressionism, Realism|
|Contents:||Military, Navy, Ship, Transportation, Vehicle, Boat, Sailboat, Water, Waterfront, Landscape, Cityscape, Seascape, Cruiser|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Framed Size:||27in x 21in|
|Unframed Size:||20in x 14in|
Vancouver, British Columbia
Reha is an impressionist digital and watercolor artist that tries to capture the mood and light regardless of the subject matter.
""Light glorifies everything. It transforms and ennobles the most commonplace and ordinary subjects. The object is nothing; light is everything."