The wave slams the sandy beach with a ferocity that is both awesome and awful.
Water is crawling toward the foot of the cliff, swallowing all the dry land. Best not go too close!
But then, as the water recedes, a sublime, sculpted landscape of unique color and texture emerges from the chaos.
Such is Nature: extreme force can cause astounding beauty.
Encinitas, California 2015
Photo: © David Björkman
Liquid Abstracts is a new series of David Björkman's limited-edition Fine Art photographs that redefine the contemporary seascape at the Tideline. Created on the coast of southern California, "Wave Lengths" and its companion piece "Colliding Worlds," are a fusion of photojournalism and painting that result in a visually sophisticated study of the continuous rhythm and life force of the ocean upon the shore. The timeless interaction between the power of water and the changeability of sand mirrors the events of our lives - beauty forged from withstanding adversity.
The yellow sand in this photograph contrasted with the subtle blues and grays of the ocean presents a strikingly handsome portrayal of a microcosm found on southern California beaches. Excellent alone or with its companion piece "Colliding Worlds."
Only 40 prints will be created from this original photograph.*
Dimensions: Vertical image is 16 inches wide x 24 inches high. 3/4 inch deep.
Borderless. Face-mounted to acrylic on a hidden mount for ease in hanging.
Item: 10172 Price: $900
Each print is signed by the artist.
Letter of Authenticity is included.
Price increases as the limited edition sells out.
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*We use only the finest American professional print-makers to reproduce our Artwork. The image is printed by Lightjet laser technology onto FujiFlex, a high-gloss, archival printing material, to create a "digital original" or "C" print having fabulous luminosity and deeply saturated, vibrant colors. Prints of this type are the standard worldwide for photographic fine-art printing. The print is then face mounted onto museum-quality, polished acrylic, backed by Sintra and secured to a recessed (hidden) Museum Mount, making the textures and colors in the photograph seem to "float" off the wall.