Monday, November 15, 2010

MORNING SHOREBREAK

I love to sit on the beach at sunrise and watch the powerful waves roll in.
They crash along the jagged cliffs, as they make their way to the sandy shoreline, only to wash back out to sea again.
Yet with all their force and might, there is a very calming effect as their white foam dances along the beach.

"Morning Shorebreak"
is a 16x20 original oil palette knife painting.
SOLD

MAHALO for taking the time to view my artwork.

ALOHA FROM HAWAII !!!


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4 comments:

Valerie said...

I still like to make believe that the sound of the howling Ellensburg wind is really the Hawaiian surf. It also helps if I turn the heat up to about 80 degrees. Now if I just hadn't gotten rid of Amy's sandbox...
I love your painting!

Bridget said...

B E A U T I F U L

Lily Pang said...

So tranquil!

Marionette said...

Wow! This is sooooo beautiful! They just keep better and better! Your palette knife work is amazing!!!!

Aloha and Hugs,
Marionette