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Rosemary Beach C (Epoxy)

12.00"W x 9.00"H x 0.8"D

$470 (Shipping Included)

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WILLIAMSBURG, VA

Medium: Painting

Subject Tags: blue and purple, oceanwaves, crashing waves, breaking waves, florida beach, glossy contemporary art, glossy painting, glossy finish, high gloss finish, abstract seascape, land-sea-sky, by the ocean, ocean painting, oceanscape, sandy beach, resin finish, epoxy beach, epoxy painting, epoxy resin finish, resin beach, resin, resin art, 30a, rosemary beach, emerald coast, florida landscape, purple abstract, purples, ocean waves, seascape, beachscape, beach house decor, abstract resin painting, resin painting, house, vacation, blue, sky, beach, zen, contemporary, white, florida, storm, clouds, sea, ocean, water

Media: acrylic, golden, medium, resin, paints, epoxy, professional, liquitex, blending, slow-dri on canvas

Size: 12"W x 9"H x 0.75"D

Year Created: 2017

This painting is the third in my epoxy collection. Thus far, every painting is of Rosemary Beach, one of the most beautiful and non crowded places on the Florida coast. The sand is pristine white and the water varying shades of blue to green. The epoxy finish is tough to see in the one photo you're allotted on Vango, but, if you look near the top of the picture, you can see the reflection of the flash in the resin. The epoxy gives the painting a very thick, glass-like finish that is far thicker than standard shellac or gloss. I've seen ones like this fetch over 3K/piece.

I am a traveler at heart, and I try to spend as much time as possible reaching the far corners of the earth to be inspired by the awesome beauty that's out there. My paintings are a reflection of photos I've taken that capture my glimpse into "the other side." I aim for my artwork to reach and beg contemplation of the thin veil that connects this material world to the ethereal. Whether abstract or landscape, I aim for a sense and feeling of crossing over. I've painted my entire life and earned two master's degrees in psychology. I am self-taught, though I've dedicated as much time to studying art as I did to both degrees!

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