Yes, rocks fascinate me! This painting is striking wherever you hang it! When dry, rocks found on the shoreline are often subtle and lack a certain vibrancy. However, when wet they display myriad colors that tell you of what they are made and lead you to ponder how long they have rolled in the water and sands to become this unique shape. I wanted to catch the many colors of Maine rocks on the shore just after a splash of water. Fine brush work with glazing techniques helped to create the colorful effects. This painting is sizable, (36" x 24") and the rocks are on a larger than life scale but, I want you to think you could reach in and pick out a beauty that strikes your fancy. For your convenience, this painting comes framed in a floating frame as seen in the photograph.
Framed dimensions are 38.75" x 26.75".
canvas with wood stretchers, acrylic paint, acrylic gell varnish