The rocks at Rock-a-nore in Hastings date from the Early Cretaceous period, between 132-147 million years ago. During this time, Hastings would have formed part of an extensive river delta system, comprising of many rivers and streams. As such, the sediments found today represent the layers deposited in the rivers and lakes at this time. Hastings is one of the only places outside the Isle of Wight, where Dinosaur bones can be found
Strangely canine pattern of erosion on rocks at the foot of the cliff at Rock-a-Nore in Hastings, East Sussex. The painting was started in washes of acrylic paint which were the finished with thin glazes of oil paint.
Limited edition Giclee print