A black and white photo printed with black and gray inks on stretched canvas, hand colored with acrylic glazes, framed in a barn wood frame.
Tower #3 at Torrey Pines State Beach is one of my first beach photos, when I started my beach theme. I love these permanent lifeguard towers, and as far as I know they only exist here in San Diego County in all of California (Torrey Pines State Beach, San Elijo State Beach and South Carlsbad State Beach).
Even though this limited edition piece is listed as 47/50, it's the last one (all the others, including 48, 49 and 50 sold). I was going to keep this one for myself, but decided to also put this last one up for sale.
Length/Depth: 1 in
Width: 58 in
Height: 40 in
Option to pick up the product in person instead of shipping
Delivery and pickup restrictions may apply: The piece will ship in a wooden crate and be closed with screws. I recommend an automatic screwdriver for opening.
Refund & return policy
No refund or returns allowed on this purchase.
Exceptions may apply. Please message Roy for more information.
In my 2D mixed media work I enjoy conveying a story of a place with a history. I love bold textures as these are created by passing time, therefore putting emphasis on bygone days. In particular, I aim to show the beauty that exists in human-made wooden, concrete and steel structures contrasting with soft organic forms from nature. My favorite subjects are industrial objects, ghost towns and coastal themes with an element of human origin in it. To obtain my goal I portray these by high-contrast black and white photographs and hand color the photographs with either oils, acrylics or pastels. My frames have a relation with the subject matter, such that the final product is an integrated whole.