Named for the stretch of coast nearby, King’s beach, it’s easy to see why a place this beautiful would belong to a King. That said, he’s lost some territory this year as the heavier than normal snowfall melting into the lake has the water level several feet higher than normal and this beach, like many others found itself nearly completely underwater. I found the only patch of sand I could to work from and even then I stood in ankle deep water getting a fairly proper chill on an otherwise hot day. The entire session was peppered with confusion of beachgoers arriving to their annual beach day on the northern shore of Tahoe only to find there was no… beach. But the water, oh my, the water. High tide on Tahoe is pretty awesome all the same. I’m sure the King is pretty stoked on his view as well.
Artwork Title: "Fit for a King"
Original Size: 24" x 12"
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Year Painted: 2017
Additional Artwork Information:
Method: Plein Air
Date Painted: 06/17/2017
Region: The California Coast > California's East Coast
Road Trip: East Coast Tour 2017
Parking Logistics: Questionable or Illegal Parking Required
Miles Hiked: Less than 1 Mile
Access Logitics: Sneaky Public Access Easement
Anthropological Hazards: People Drinking, Crowds with Lots of Questions
Tags: BLUEBIRD DAYS, SUBMERGED ROCKS, SNOW-CAPPED MOUNTAINS, SANDY BEACHES, FROM THE BEACH, GRANITE BOULDERS, JUST NATURE, LAKES, PAINTED WITH MY FEET IN WET SAND, SEA ARCHES, ROCKS