Original large abstract impressionist SEASCAPE oil painting of white sailboat sailing on sea coast at Gualala in Mendocino County, California (summer 2012).
Why do we love the sea? It is because it has some potent power to make us think things we like to think. - Robert Henri
I have used BOLD brushstrokes combined with palette knife techniques to create this original painting. The main colors used are blue, yellow, brown, and white. Each of my works contains symbols, figures, or shadows that speaks to the imagination of the viewer.
TITLE:: Sailboat in Cove II
SIZE:: 40 x 28 inches
MEDIUM:: Acrylic and Oil
SUPPORT:: 1.5" Deep Gallery Wrapped Canvas, Sides Painted
SERIES:: The Decomposed Series
ARTIST SIGNED:: Yes - Front and Back
COPYRIGHT:: Maintained with the Artist
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY:: Yes - Signed by Artist
For more original modern expressionist and impressionist paintings by BenWill : www.benwill.com
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