A Stone’s Throw

Plein air artwork from Stone Steps in Leucadia on the San Diego coast of southern California

2nd of 4 paintings painted this day- a quick study done in the midday heat. Figured since I mentioned my last one was the first of four in one day, I better own up to it and show the rest of them as well… bear with me

Painted and titled this a year before the recent fatal bluff collapse on this stretch of coast. On any given day down here, this is a common site- folks posting up right beneath these coastal bluffs. Everyone knows they can and do occasionally collapse, but it seems so easily forgotten when the sun is out and the sand is warm. I painted this scene without a thought for the danger these red umbrella folks had put themselves in. Just be mindful out there, that is all. 

Artwork Information:

Artwork Title: "A Stone’s Throw"
Original Size: 12" x 12"
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Year Painted: 2018

Additional Artwork Information:

Method: Plein Air
Date Painted: 07/30/2018
Region: The California Coast > Southern California > San Diego
Road Trip: Heat Wave Tour - July 2018

Artwork Logistics:

Miles Hiked: Less than 1 Mile
Hiking Terrain: Pounding Pavement
Access Logitics: Sneaky Public Access Easement
Geological Hazards: Steep or Unstable Cliffs
Anthropological Hazards: Crowds with Lots of Questions
Weather Logistics: Painted in Full Sun with no Shade
Temperature: Cooking Hot

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