"Pounding Wave" by Carol Thompson
"The Pacific Ocean on the Northwest coast
is beautiful but treacherous. On grey windy days such as this, the 'pounding
waves' beat against unyielding offshore rock formations in a spectacular
Artist comment: "The simplicity of this composition makes it one of my favorite paintings,
it is one of the most popular of my seascape prints. I emphasized
the brilliance of the translucent waves by making the rock and sky dark
with just a hint of sunlight . Even the deep water is intensified
by the brighter blue-white of the floating foam. The Oregon coast,
as usual, was my inspiration for this small oil on stretched canvas. The
offshore volcanic rocks meet the head-on assault of the tumbling breakers
with an unyielding strength. That metaphor is the embodiment of my
Original Oil Painting
"Pounding Wave" is an 18" X 24" oil
painting on stretched canvas
Private Collection -- Olympia, Washington
Archival Limited Edition Photolithographic Print
||6" X 8" image size - $24 USD + S & H
"Pounding Wave" is a limited edition, photolithograph
from an original oil painting by Carol Thompson. The edition includes 2050
authorized, signed, limited edition prints (2000 numbered and 50 artist
proofs). Release date is October 1986. Image size is 6" X 8". Paper size
is 8" X 10". Paper Stock is 80 pound Curtis Brightwater Cover (neutral
ph). Prints are shrink wrapped on foam board.
Color of images may vary slightly from the
actual artwork due to variations in monitors, so if color is a critical
factor, you can order a small sample to verify color accuracy.
*Please allow up to 2 weeks preparation time
for your artwork to be shipped. Transit time will vary depending
on your location.
Some print images may be artistically cropped or extended to accommodate the size and/or shape of the artwork.
Note: Prices do not include framing and/or matting.
WARNING: Copyrighted material.
All rights reserved. Artwork may not be duplicated in any way without the
expressed written consent of the artist. Any reproduction for any purpose
is a violation of United States copyright laws.
©2015 Carol Thompson