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"Looking From Ecola"

"Haystack Rock and The Needles are seen here in panorama from Ecola Park north of Cannon Beach, Oregon, U.S.A.  The sky is blue, the water is deep and ruffled with lacy ribbons of white foam.  See the beach back there?  How about taking the time to fly a kite?"


ARTIST COMMENT
This small oil on stretched canvas, was painted from my memory after visiting Ecola Park north of Cannon Beach, Oregon.  The well photographed, and popular artist's subject, Haystack Rock, dominates the scene. It was a vividly clear summer day.   Because the setting is so stark and bold in color, I rendered  the rock in deep brown and rich green.  The flow of surging water reflects the intense blue of the sky, making the floating white foam all the more brilliant across the bottom of the composition.  

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Limited Edition Giclée Print
 
H30-4 4" X 8" image size - $14 USD + S & H
H30-5 5" X 10" image size - $16 USD + S & H
H30-6 6" X 12" image size - $18 USD + S & H
H30-7 7" X 14" image size - $20 USD + S & H
H30-8 8" X 16" image size - $23 USD + S & H

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"Looking From Ecola" (H30) is a limited edition, giclée print from an original oil painting by Carol Thompson. The edition includes 3600 authorized, signed, limited edition prints (3500 numbered and 100 artist proofs). Release date is October 2001.  Image size and substrates vary. This substrate is acid free 80 pound Curtis Brightwater cover.
 

Original Oil Painting Note Card
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Note: Color of images may vary slightly from the actual artwork due to variations in monitors. Prices do not include framing and/or matting.

WARNING: Copyrighted material. All rights reserved. Artwork may not be duplicated in any way without the expressed written consent of the artist. Any reproduction for any purpose is a violation of United States copyright laws.

© 2002 Carol Thompson