Lime Kiln Lighthouse San Juan Island Washington Paper Giclee Print

$37.00
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Product Description
"Lime Kiln Lighthouse" is a limited edition, giclee print from an original oil painting by Carol Thompson. Edition length is 3100 authorized, signed, limited edition prints (3000 numbered and 100 artist proofs). Image size is 10" X 10". Paper size is 12" X 12". This print is signed and numbered by Carol Thompson and includes a certificate of authenticity.


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This print is available in other sizes and substrates (paper and canvas). Please contact me for more information and/or for availability of the original painting.

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Inspiration/Story Behind This Product
"Situated on a low rocky bluff on San Juan Island in Puget Sound between Washington State and Canada, Lime Kiln Lighthouse was so named because of the lime quarry and kilns in the area. Completed in 1919, the lighthouse presides over 'Whale Watch Park' (officially Lime Kiln Point State Park) where the building is used as a whale research station."

Artist comment: "I do my own research on every lighthouse I paint, and I have done most of the Washington's major lights. In this oil on canvas, I chose the setting from the path slightly above, looking toward the water. I sketched the composition, then began the painting with the background sky and water, leaving the lighthouse until later. Next I painted the trees, shrubs, and rocks, the foreground and path, with the exception of the small tree in front of the building (and the leafless sapling). The trees were the finishing touch."
Materials Used
epson ultrasmooth fine art paper, epson ultrachrome k3 inks
More Info
Carol Thompson is a world renowned artist who has been painting for over 40 years. Her primary forte is the sea, rendering realistic and luministic interpretations in oil on canvas, gaining recognition as a master seascape painter. Carol has also gained acclaim with watercolor, pastel, and gouache, by painting lighthouses, boats/harbors, Americana, landscape, animals, still-lifes, and floral scenes using realistic, luministic, and impressionistic styles. Her artwork has been published in numerous local, national, and international publications. You can visit her website at www.carolthompson.com for more information.
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Color: Grey

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