Puertecitos is a small town in Baja, Mexico on the Sea of Cortez known for its thermal hot springs. I loved the sharply contrasting colors from the land to the sea. Rusty reds turning into shimmering turquoise set on fire from the relentless sun. The sun’s powers are so enormous and its pull so great that it is drawing the seas into its midst. Both gravity and evaporation feeling the effects of our own mighty star. What would we possibly be without its warmth and stability? It is brightly illuminating the center panel of the 24-foot wide triptych shown below. Original painting is 96″ x 48″. Latex on wood panel.
Canvas Print – Large = 36″ x 24″
Canvas Print – Small = 24″ x 16″
Giclee Print – Large = 36″ x 24″
Giclee Print – Small = 24″ x 16″
Laser Print = 18″ x 12″
Postcards = 4.5″ x 6″
All prints are signed by the artist. Free shipping included for continental US.
Canvas Prints: 22oz archival cotton canvas stretched on 1.5″ bars. No border. Ready to hang.
Giclee Prints: 192gsm archival smooth matte paper with a 1″ border for optional mounting/framing.
Laser Prints: 12pt coated stock with a 1/2″ border.
Postcards: 10pt uncoated card stock.