Surf art, beach decor, original painting, canvas art, palette knife painting, textured wall art, beach, seascape painting, seascape

$220.00

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Item details

Handmade

Materials

oils, canvas, stretched canvas, palette knives, painting knife, fine oil paints

Dimensions

Height: 16 Inches; Width: 20 Inches

Play in the sand in this beach painting canvas and watch a sailboat bob in the waves in the distance. Watch the sunlight twinkle in the waves and catch the fresh aroma of lovely flowers growing on the beach. It's a good day to be at the coast! Just don't forget to remember it is never too late to be a child at heart.

I love to work with bright colors and thick textures, which makes my art really stand out. This colorful art will surely make your home a little bit brighter. For more exciting paintings like this seascape painting, visit my shop https://www.etsy.com/shop/RKBeachPaintings?ref=hdr_shop_menu

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"Sandy Delight,"
by Ryan Kimba

**This beach art was painted using oil paints. It was created on high quality cotton canvas and is stretched and ready to hang. The sides of the oil painting are painted black to give the art a professional look. You can hang it right out of the box!

NO FRAME REQUIRED.

**This oil painting is 16 by 20 inches in size and comes with a certificate of authenticity, signed by me. The colors and rich textures of the painting make the work pop off the canvas. My 3-D style is very exciting and makes my art unique.

**Ready to ship out usually within 1 or 2 days! If I need longer I will let you know. I am more than happy to offer a money back guarantee if you are not happy with your new beach painting. I love my work and know that you will too. To learn more about me, please visit my "about me" page or check out the "question and answer" section below.


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-Website: http://www.ryankimbaart.com
-Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/ryankimbabeachpaintings

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Meet RyanKimbaArt

Ryan Kimba

Ryan Kimba

Canton, Michigan

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Most of my life, actually. I find that is common for a lot of creatives. It is something you pursue from an early age. But professionally speaking, I have been selling my work since 2011.
The size of my paintings varies from 9x12 inches up to 36x48 inches. If you would like a larger painting, just send me a message or email so that I can work with you on a special commission.
Yes, I like to use reference photos. But I always have a vision in my head that is usually totally different from what I am looking at. The reference material acts like a bridge to help me arrive at the scene I see in my mind.
They are so much more freeing than using brushes, in my opinion. Knives allow you to paint more loose, and in the process, make your art more expressive and impressionistic. I don't like being too tight unless I am working on a very large canvas that warrants the extra detail.
No they do not. Since I paint the sides of each canvas, they can be hung right out of the box. Painting the sides different colors helps make the art "pop" and also gives the piece a professional presentation. I paint the edges light blue, dark blue, black, and tan.
I didn't go to art school. I am mostly self-taught. I use the word "mostly" because I have learned a lot from other artists. I have always believed that the world is your art school. An art institution is no match for life experience.
Most of my beach paintings are not real places. They are made up in my head. They are places I'd like to be or I think my audience would like to be. But a lot of them are inspired by some of my favorite places, like Florida, Hawaii, South Carolina, and the Great Lakes. I live in lower Michigan and love painting Lake Michigan and Lake Superior.
I spread the paint on the canvas, much like covering a cake with frosting. I continue applying these mounds of various colors until I am happy with the result. A few of my works have MANY layers in them. The cool thing about my painting style is how the layers of paint sparkle under the light.
Do not hang your painting in direct light in your home, as any painting will dim or yellow over time when hung in that environment. It is also not a good idea to hang it near your shower in your bathroom. If you have a larger bathroom and hang it away from high-moisture areas it will be okay.
The starfish is kind of like the ambassador for the beach! Also, starfish are beautiful animals and I felt that it fit perfectly with my image. My logo is a big part of my branding and I want it to be one of the first things people see. It makes them think about me :) I paint a little starfish in the bottom left or right-hand corner of every painting, with an "RK" inside of it. This serves as my exclusive artist signature.

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