"Liquid Gold" An ocean wave oil painting, with dramatic, warm golden sunset hues.
Since becoming a surfer in 1966 when I was 12, I've always looked at waves the way a surfer does. Recently that changed. Most waves, as they break, become a cylindrical type of prism of refracted light. And even if a wave does not pitch and form a tube, it's still reflecting light from so many surfaces, ever changing, ever moving until it dissolves into the sand. Not an easy thing to paint, but still, a very compelling subject for a painting.
Originally painted in oil, this giclee is true to color and of the highest quality. Lightly embellished, giclee on canvas, gallery wrapped, ready to enjoy in your home or office.