The watermark in the lower right corner of the image will not appear on the final print.
10.00" x 6.50"
10.00" x 6.50"
Crashing Surf Wood Print
by Eunice Miller
Crashing Surf by Eunice Miller - 10" x 6.5"
Crashing Surf wood print by Eunice Miller. Bring your artwork to life with the texture and added depth of a wood print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 3/4" thick maple wood. There are D-clips on the back of the print for mounting it to your wall using mounting hooks and nails (included).
After a very dangerous storm the first home fell into the sea from erosion now just under two years 40 are slated to be lost to the rising sea,... more
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After a very dangerous storm the first home fell into the sea from erosion now just under two years 40 are slated to be lost to the rising sea, broken jetty, beach erosion and time. So I tried to capture the beauty this day at a place I adore for her wild side. Should you be traveling up the coast of Massachusetts please swing in to capture the beauty with your own eyes as well as the sadness we all feel as we worry about losing this special place we adore and love.
About Eunice Miller
Eunice was always a creative child, so much so that her parents sent her for private art lessons with a renowned quadriplegic Massachusetts artist Anthony G. Tony Estrella. She painted things that interested an 11-year-old, such as horses using oils. He also introduced her to Charcoal. He also told her to never stop creating but life got in the way, as it always does. She was also a Girl Scout who loved camping and sang in the school chorus groups as well as in the church choir. When she was old enough to get a job all she did was work and time off was spent with friends she actually worked with. She met a man she would later marry, that was a trucker and being the late 70's early 80's trucking movies had her wanting to learn. Once...
Thanks to the buyer from Merrimac for the purchase of my Plum Island Coffee Mug. Hope you enjoy it!
Thank you Judy
Beautiful capture of the the waves hitting the rocks.f/v
See the force of the waves is great.
I am glad you liked it too Leslie. Winter shots are rather moody at times I am not usually out unless it is Sunny and Bright lol
Awesome photograph of the magnificence of the sea and it's power!!! The composition is wonderful, the colors and detail are excellent!! Love this!! 5 Stars *****
Awesome capture of the sea's strength! Mother Nature sometimes reclaims what's hers unfortunately. :( (re description)
Nice shot! v
no technique it is as it was :)