AMERICAN (B. 1952)
Open Ocean Open Sea, 2018
This is a painting of the Indian River Life-Saving Station which was established at Rehoboth Beach in 1876 to rescue mariners shipwrecked along the Delaware coast, prior to its restoration.
Drybrush watercolor on paper.
21 x 29 in. (53.34 x 73.66 cm.)
Giclée prints of this painting are available upon request. (See sample below.)
Giclée prints are available custom framed as above, with archival matting.