Subject Tags: ocean waves, ocean painting, seascape painting, tropical beach, breaking waves, beach scene, sea, turquoise, palm trees, coastal home decor, beach house decor, coastal, tropical, seascape, waves, ocean, beach
Size: 10"W x 8"H x 0.75"D
Year Created: 2012
Ready to Hang
An inviting beach scene with peaceful breaking ocean waves, viewed through the overhanging palm fronds of nearby trees. Time to relax, get sand between your toes, and breathe in the salty sea air, if only in your imagination. This is a scene you can find in many places in the Pacific and Caribbean. The sunny color palette of this painting is in tropical ocean hues of turquoise and blues, lively greens, as well as apricot, peach and pink. This painting would look really nice in either a white, natural or walnut frame to suit your decorating scheme. This is an original acrylic painting on canvas. Sides are painted to match the image, so it could be hung as is unframed. Comes wired and ready to hang. Finished with two coats of UV protective varnish. All archival quality materials. Ships in a box from my studio in Oceanside, CA. See more of my art at www.BarbaraBlairArt.com
Barbara Blair has had a love affair with the sea since childhood and has worked in creative fields all her life. In between her creative pursuits, she spent a year living on sailboats and sailing a third of the way around the world, visiting many places. Professionally, Barbara has over 30 years of art and design experience, with an on-going interest in wellness and providing a healing quality to her work. She practiced residential interior design for more than 20 years, later becoming a decorative artist creating custom designs and painted finishes on the walls of numerous homes. No longer desiring to be on ladders and scaffolding, Barbara transferred her artistic skills to creating fine art on canvas with acrylic paints. Originally from Surrey, England Barbara emigrated to the United States with her family as a teenager. She resides in Oceanside, CA in north San Diego County, and has lived on the coast in California for more than thirty years.