I’ve painted the border fence at the Mexico border before, but this is the first painting I’ve done of California’s northern border. There’s really not much of a border there. Just a beach stretching into the distance. Oregon hasn’t yet built their wall to keep us out, but I won’t be surprised if they have plans in the works. On this day though, there was no need for a dramatic fence or wall, the weather provided the perfect border drama illuminating Oregon while leaving California in the dark.
Artwork Title: "The End of California"
Original Size: 16" x 12"
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Year Painted: 2021
Additional Artwork Information:
Method: Plein Air
Date Painted: 02/13/2021
Region: Del Norte > Northern California > The California Coast
Access Logitics: Private Property
(Painted With Permission)
Weather Logistics: Threatening to Rain
Tags: CALIFORNIA BORDER, STORM CLOUDS, SHOREPOUND AND WOMP, MORNING LIGHT, BEACH BREAKS, DARK AND MOODY, DRIFTWOOD, DRY GRASS, OUT OF DARKNESS