West Coast Surf in Gold Resin
A medium 22″ x 22″ (560 mm) Acrylic Painting on Mirror finished in layers of Gold Resin.
Finished beautifully front and back. Signed on the front with my signature in gold pen.
This painting has many acrylic layers that build up the colours and depth and comes ready to hang in a leather strapped circular frame.
This comes ready to hang and shipped in safe & packaging. This painting was completed in 2018. The watermark logo seen in the image is to prevent the image being used without permission.
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West Coast Surf in Gold Resin is an Original Landscape painting of a Wave by Artist Kirsten McIntosh
The West Coast Surf in Gold Resin is based on the painting titled West Coast Surf. I purchased this image. As I haven’t surfed personally – it is on my list of things-to-do.
I was intriqued by the suns rays as it filtered through the water droplets. All of the droplets, what I wanted to capture, took quite some time. My favourite part of this painting is the different colours in the water as if a rainbow is bouncing off the wave.
A great portion of my paintings involve water. There is something special about being near the sea, surf, lakes or rivers.
Additionally, as a result of the original painting turning out beautifully a few similar pieces have been produced in resin which have turned out really well.
Painting images are now available in homeware items – which is amazing. If you would like to see more of what I have on offer please visit my Society 6 page.
I decided to finish this piece in gold tones. As a result, the piece is finished in a multitude of layers of resin which is poured over the acrylic painting which started out as a mirror.
For the most part I always want my works to look consistent. Hence only six or seven colours are used in my paintings. I am trying to achieve harmony within the painting and my whole landscape series.
Please note that due to the reflective nature of resin the photograph is showing some reflections.
Furthermore I am happy to replicate this painting in any colours that you wish – just get in touch through my ‘contact me‘ page.
Thanks for viewing.
|30 × 1.45 × 30 in