Interface at Niumalu Beach
11 x 14 Acrylic on archival linen board
This tiny, jewell-like beach at the heart of Kailua Kona has long provided a favorite spot for a truly diverse cast of characters. It was larger before the sea wall changed the circulation of the water and sand, and can be seen in old photographs. I painted it from the pier, using a long lens to seek out the details. I enjoyed seeing the peace and loveliness there while surrounded myself by the hustle and bustle of the busy pier.

About The Prints:
I have tested the print quality and was pleased with the results. The company assures me that these are archival Giclee prints:

“The Giclee canvases and pigment inks are archival and are sprayed with a topcoat to help protect them from the elements. Generally speaking, these will last about 75 years.”

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