Roger Newbrook

Thalassa thalassa

... means "the sea, the sea" in Greek. Is is a quote from Anabasis by Xenophon. It was shouted by the Greek soldiers when they finally saw the Black Sea from Mount Theches.

My sea/beach sketches are created in situ on my iPad using an app called PaperThis link opens in a new tab and some of them are available as limited edition prints from the Green Card Design shopThis link opens in a new tab on Etsy.

The blue umbrella by Roger Newbrook The blue umbrella

The blue umbrella

The windy sea by Roger Newbrook The windy sea

The windy sea

The striped bag by Roger Newbrook The striped bag

The striped bag

The village from the sea by Roger Newbrook The village from the sea

The village from the sea

The island, far away by Roger Newbrook The island, far away

The island, far away

The blue towel by Roger Newbrook The blue towel

The blue towel

The blue towel 2 by Roger Newbrook The blue towel

The blue towel 2

The lapping waves by Roger Newbrook The lapping waves

The lapping waves

Blustery day by Roger Newbrook Blustery day

Blustery day

The rocks by the water's edge by Roger Newbrook The rocks by the water's edge

The rocks by the water's edge

The rocks by the water's edge 2 by Roger Newbrook The rocks by the water's edge 2

The rocks by the water's edge 2

Becalmed by Roger Newbrook Becalmed

Becalmed

Impression sea by Roger Newbrook Impression sea

Impression sea

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