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Rose Dusk Beach, original acrylic and mixed media on wood panel

$ 1,500.00

Original acrylic painting, 18″ h x 24″ w on 2.5″ deep wood panel.   The edges are clean sanded and sealed birch wood.

Signed and dated on back.  Ships free in the USA (or pick it up in Boston).

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Original acrylic painting, 18″ h x 24″ w on 2.5″ deep wood panel.   The edges are clean sanded and sealed birch wood. Ready to Hang (wired with picture wire)

Signed and dated on back.  Ships free in the USA (or pick it up in Boston).  Please inquire about shipping to other locations – I can usually cover most of the costs.  Original paintings from my shop ship fully insured with a typical turnaround time of roughly 10 business days (less for small items).  Once they’re with the shipper, actual transit times vary by destination.

 

I will gladly exchange or refund work that you do not like if notified within 30 days of receipt.  Customer pays the shipping on returns and/or exchanges.  Most people like them better in person.

 

Prints are also available 

 

 

Notes

24 in w x 18 in h on 1.5 inch deep cradled birch panel. Sealed with an archival clear acrylic based primer.

Rose Dusk Beach is a semi-abstract seascape with a focus on light. In the sky, traditional painting, palette knife and dry brush techniques capture the depth and subtleties of the light around dusk. This is the so called “Magic Hour”.

In the water and shoreline, light manipulating elements are used to create movement and presence. Reflective mica, light distorting and magnifying lenses and retroreflective beads combine to make the seascape responsive to ambient light.

The effect of water was enriched using specialized acrylic pouring techniques. these techniques yield marbled, swirled and agate like patterns of color inside a deep crystal clear acrylic paint film. Raked textures and extruded ribbons in three dimensions lend body and substance to the water, contrasting with the depth and subtlety of the sky.