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"Grey Day"

"Skies promise rain as dark rocks loom from a blanket of misty fog.  Waves break near shore in a momentary glow of color on a 'grey day'."


ARTIST COMMENT
A grey day is typical of fall and winter on the Pacific Coast of Washington and Oregon.  This scene was inspired by the stacks of rocks near Bandon, Oregon.  It was so darkly overcast that no sun shone on the sea, yet, the brilliance of the floating foam and splashes seemed to have a light of their own.  The black rocks were painted with a palette knife to indicate the sharp ruggedness of the volcanic flow from prehistoric volcanos.  By using cool green in the waves, the whole scene is one of a cold winter day. 

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Limited Edition Giclée Print
 
GRY6A 6" X 12" image size - $26 USD + S & H Archival Inks
GRY8A 8" X 16" image size - $37 USD + S & H Archival Inks
GRY10A 10" X 20" image size - $52 USD + S & H Archival Inks

GRY10CF 10" X 20" image size - $200 USD + S & H Canvas - Flat
GRY10CS 10" X 20" image size - $225 USD + S & H Canvas - Stretched

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"Grey Day" 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 1999. Image size and substrates vary.

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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