Ucluth Peninsula is a 36" x 48" oil painting by Patricia Johnston, created on canvas The artwork features a vibrant spectrum of blues, ranging from the deep, almost indigo tones of a churning ocean to the light, airy hues of a stormy sky. Waves crest and fall with an almost audible rhythm, their whitecaps breaking in a frothy contrast against the dark waters. Above, the sky is an expanse of shifting colours where the blues and greys merge, creating a dramatic backdrop that speaks of the ever-changing moods of the sea. The horizon is a soft line where the sky meets the water in a hazy embrace, suggesting the vast and endless nature of the marine landscape. This painting invites you to feel the cool, salty breeze and hear the sound of the waves as they meet the shore in an eternal symphony of nature’s power and beauty.
Dimensions and Details
Size: 36" x 48"
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Display: Patricia has used a 1.5" deep profile canvas. The painting wraps around the side of the canvas and is intended to be displayed unframed.
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