The watermark in the lower right corner of the image will not appear on the final print.
Surfing the Wave Acrylic Print
by Jeanette French
Surfing the Wave by Jeanette French - 8" x 8"
Surfing the Wave acrylic print by Jeanette French. Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.
The painting, Surfing the Wave, is an acrylic painting. It was created using version of the pour technique, which was done in layers. This... more
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The painting, Surfing the Wave, is an acrylic painting. It was created using version of the pour technique, which was done in layers. This technique creates an abstract, impressionistic style with its vivid colored wave against the intense, island sunset sky. I used a pour technique to capture the feeling of the power of the wave and the skill of the surfer and the brilliant colors for the tropical feel.
Creating portals of light, love, joy, beauty, compassion, hope and gratitude is my lifelong passion and gift for the earth, hence the name of my art business, For the Earth. My mother painted in oils when I was young and encouraged my own drawing, painting and handcrafting in all forms. My father, the photographer, gave me my first camera at age 8. As a result of these loving influences, I am a lifelong student of both mediums. I am grateful to my wonderful Pacific NW painter teachers, Stan Capon and Edi Olson, for training my eye and technique. I hope you will enjoy this...
About Jeanette French
Creating portals of light, love, joy, beauty, compassion, hope and gratitude is my lifelong passion and purpose. My mother painted when i was young and encouraged drawing and painting and handcrafting in all forms and my father, the photographer, gave me my first camera at age 8. As a result, i have been a lifelong student of both mediums. Formal training of my eye and technique has been with the wonderful Pacific NW painter teachers, Stan Capon and Edi Olson. i hope you will enjoy these images as much as i enjoyed their creation.