"Smooth Sailing" Mixed Media Painting

"Smooth Sailing" Mixed Media Painting

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How do you get a ship in a bottle? "I just painted it there! Then added a sea with rolling waves for it to navigate, and put the bottle washed up on the shore," says Tim of this painting. He used an old rum bottle, smooth rum that historic sailors drink, for the bottle. Hence the title, "Smooth Sailing" relates to the rum, the bottle, and the ship. The ship is the "Star Of India," which is located on the dock in San Diego.

Please allow a few weeks for Tim to complete a mixed Media Painting. Each is individually created when ordered, these are not mass produced.

Mixed-Media Paintings are created with archival printers inks on Archival Canvas, then Tim hand paints directly on the canvas, using acrylic paint & paint brushes. He creates something unique on each canvas.  Then he applies a clear acrylic finish for protection from the elements. These paintings are offered unframed, or choose the framed option. An unframed painting will be wired and ready to hang, but the staples holding the canvas to the stretcher bars (on the side of the canvas) will be visible - it should be framed at some point. Our framed paintings are in a black wood frame (hand crafted for us here in WA. state) and wired so they're ready to hang.

Additional InfoSince Tim hand paints on every canvas, each canvas is unique. As such, these are not numbered, they are more like an original than a reproduction.