This watercolor shows a ship graveyard in Camaret-sur-mer in Brittany. The colored dots remind in the aesthetics of color charts to test the sense of color (eye tests). But with these pictures I did not think about the question how other people see them. Instead, it's more of an imprssionistic approach: I observe the original very closely and try to visually extract color spots and to recognize the average color value and then mix and apply them. After a while I get a picture impression that surprises me over and over again.
These pictures not only deal with the theme of color, but also with that of closeness and distance. For from great distance, an actual visual impression is increasingly composed of actual sight, which makes the atmosphere palpable. Even the details, which of course cannot actually be seen, become imaginable from a great distance. From close distance, however, only colored dots can be seen.