Race Point Light in Provincetown, Massachusetts was named for the challenging cross currents that are so prevalent at the edge of Cape Cod. A two-mile walk on the soft sand from the parking lot to the lighthouse gave me a true taste of the Cape. As I strolled along the beach, a curious seal accompanied me bobbing up and down in the water just past the crashing waves. It was ninety degrees, and my walk soon turned into an arduous hike. I was tempted to cut through the preserve of native beach grass to save the unintended exercise, but then noticed something intriguing at my feet. When the wind blows the culms of beach grass in a circular motion, it creates a unique ring pattern in the sand. It was nature’s way of saying, “take the long way and go around.” Finally, I arrived at the beautifully restored Race Point Light. After a couple pints of cold water from the generous keepers, I proceeded to sketch and photograph this truly stunning place. The volunteer keepers felt a little sorry for this road worn artist and gave me a ride back to my car.
The colors are bold and striking with a solid ink coverage reminiscent of silk- screen printing
Annual Print Edition - Limited to 50 available numbered prints
Signed and numbered by artist
Giclée printed on archival paper
Acadia Matte Black museum-quality wood frame
(final framed size 26.25 X 38.25 and 1.5 deep)
Non-glare durable UV Matte Art Shield Laminate (instead of glass or plexiglass)
Art is permanently bonded, protected, and water-resistant so it will not buckle or wrinkle
Certificate of Authenticity
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