Original artwork description:

An original palette knife oil painting featuring an imagined rocky coast inspired by Big Sur. Blue and Turquoise water crash in waves against a rocky outcrop of land sculpted by the sea. Complimentary hues keep the colors vibrant as the earth and ocean slowly recedes into horizon.

The highest grade materials on this painting, creating a variety of textures. Rough grained mica pigment that imitates gold flakes, and generous amounts of cobalt turquoise intermix with abundance. Historic Lapis Lazuli, that used to be more expensive than gold, is also mixed in with the colorful layers of oil pigment.

The artwork is painted on hardboard that has a 1.5 inch deep cradle. The cradle is left the natural wood color but is varnished like the rest of the painting. While framing always is recommended protect the edges of the work, no frame is necessary. The painting arrives ready-to-hang.

Tali’s fine art original paintings ship professionally packaged and insured. Shop with confidence, Talya Johnson Art has a 30-day return and refund policy. Artwork shipped outside of the US may incur duty fees for which the buyer is responsible. I'm also happy to discuss shipping expectations with you, please feel free to contact me anytime.

Size
30 inches x 24 inches x .1.5 inches, oil on hardboard, unframed


Behind the Scenes
“Named after Walter de la Mare’s famous 1912 poem, The Listeners, this imagined palette knife coastal seascape was inspired by my visits to the Oregon and Northern California Pacific Coasts. Standing on the magnificent rocky seashore, I am always amazed watching the time pass as the waves return again and again, beating the beautiful rocks with unfathomable force. It’s a wonder that both terrifies me and comforts me, a touch of The Sublime where I go to pour my heart out to whoever might be listening.” ~Tali

Please Note
All artwork in this website is scanned, photographed and color corrected to ensure colors displayed are true to the original. However, please keep in mind that different monitors and platforms will display slightly different colors.

Materials used:

Professional grade materials, Rough grained mica pigment that imitates gold flakes, cobalt turquoise intermix with abundance, Historic Lapis Lazuli,

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#landscape painting #impressionist art #palette knife #office decoration #coastal painting #california #seascape oil painting #palette knife painting #abstract seascape painting #big sur #abstract lanscape paintings #mica flakes #professional oils #cobalt turquoise 
The Listeners: Original Abstract Beach Coastal Palette Knife Oil Painting
Oil painting
by Talya Johnson

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An original palette knife oil painting featuring an imagined rocky coast inspired by Big Sur. Blue and Turquoise water crash in waves against a rocky outcrop of land sculpted by the sea. Complimentary hues keep the colors vibrant as the earth and ocean slowly recedes into horizon.

The highest grade materials on this painting, creating a variety of textures. Rough grained mica pigment that imitates gold flakes, and generous amounts of cobalt turquoise intermix with abundance. Historic Lapis Lazuli, that used to be more expensive than gold, is also mixed in with the colorful layers of oil pigment.

The artwork is painted on hardboard that has a 1.5 inch deep cradle. The cradle is left the natural wood color but is varnished like the rest of the painting. While framing always is recommended protect the edges of the work, no frame is necessary. The painting arrives ready-to-hang.

Tali’s fine art original paintings ship professionally packaged and insured. Shop with confidence, Talya Johnson Art has a 30-day return and refund policy. Artwork shipped outside of the US may incur duty fees for which the buyer is responsible. I'm also happy to discuss shipping expectations with you, please feel free to contact me anytime.

Size
30 inches x 24 inches x .1.5 inches, oil on hardboard, unframed


Behind the Scenes
“Named after Walter de la Mare’s famous 1912 poem, The Listeners, this imagined palette knife coastal seascape was inspired by my visits to the Oregon and Northern California Pacific Coasts. Standing on the magnificent rocky seashore, I am always amazed watching the time pass as the waves return again and again, beating the beautiful rocks with unfathomable force. It’s a wonder that both terrifies me and comforts me, a touch of The Sublime where I go to pour my heart out to whoever might be listening.” ~Tali

Please Note
All artwork in this website is scanned, photographed and color corrected to ensure colors displayed are true to the original. However, please keep in mind that different monitors and platforms will display slightly different colors.

Materials used:

Professional grade materials, Rough grained mica pigment that imitates gold flakes, cobalt turquoise intermix with abundance, Historic Lapis Lazuli,

Tags:
#landscape painting #impressionist art #palette knife #office decoration #coastal painting #california #seascape oil painting #palette knife painting #abstract seascape painting #big sur #abstract lanscape paintings #mica flakes #professional oils #cobalt turquoise 
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