Entrance Island Lighthouse is a 24" x 30" acrylic painting by Peter Wyse. This artwork is created on a birch panel with painted white edges. The artist, Wyse, uses a remarkable technique in this piece. He starts with a base of dark underpaintings and skillfully builds layers of lighter acrylics on it. He also sands between each layer to create a depth and texture that gives the seascape a dreamlike yet tangible quality. The result is an image where the playful curves of the ocean waves harmoniously contrast with the steadfast structure of the lighthouse. The lighthouse is a beacon of safety and hope against the night sky scattered with stars. Wyse's love for the natural world and his expert use of colour and form is on full display, capturing the viewer's imagination with a sense of wonder and tranquility.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 24" x 30"
Medium: Acrylic on Birch Panel
Display: This painting is on a deep profile birch board with finished edges, painted white and intended to be unframed.
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