copyright elisa ann lindstrom
One morning, a few years ago, I was walking along the beach in Maine and noticed how dramatic the ocean is, especially during low tide. It was so bare and quiet but in just a few hours, the same area would be completely filled with water again. All of the rocks and little pools that dotted the sand would be hidden. I wanted to capture that moment when the ocean pulls away to really observe what is left.
*medium used: acrylic, matte medium, soft pastels, charcoal, water color
*painting is 12" x 12"
*painted on maple board 1" thick
*framed in a black floater frame