#28 Malaquite Beach, TX PrintRegular price $20.00
From my April 2020 hand painted watercolor collection, 31 Days of Mini Paintings. Each of these 4”x4” pieces were inspired by my favorite places I have visited around the world, they each hold very special meaning for me and my loved ones. As I painted, beautiful memories rushed in my heart of the laughter, joy, hugs, meaningful conversations, and breathtaking views that were inspired by our Creator. I hope a spark of inspiration springs forth in you as you enjoy your own piece of our blue jewel earth.
Spontaneous day trips to the South Texas Coast are likely the majority of our memories, it’s close, it’s cheap, it’s fun, all we have to do is load up and fill ‘er up. On this particular day there hadn’t been anyone on its shores for a few months, a worldwide pandemic brought way for the land to experience some rest. As we pulled onto the shore there weren’t any cars for miles, a sight we have never seen. It was beautiful, clean, refreshed, renewed...and we had it completely to ourselves. The love of my life setup my table, chair, and umbrella, so I could do some plein air painting, while our little boy and his dog ran in the surf, fishing lines were cast, we took a long walk holding hands, there may have been a little nap in the breeze. Atop the dunes we watched the purple martins play in the valleys as they rode the wind like a highway down the coastline, playing like no one was watching...it was a marvelous sight to behold. We really had the feeling we had stepped in on something of a secret garden, very happy for our sweet earth that she got a little breather.
Printed on archival quality 140lb (300gsm) 100% cotton acid free watercolor paper on Canon Pixma Pro9000 Mark 2 printer with genuine Canon Chromalife inks for beautiful long lasting color. The white border is maintained for framing.
Ships from San Antonio, Texas, USA, in a clear cello bag inside a thick flat mailer.
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