As a low pressure system approaches the Pacific Northwest Coast the wind generally blows from the east or southeast and the deeper the low the harder it blows. If the swell arrives before the front, we get mesmerizing waves to watch as the spindrifts are blown off each approaching wave. This watercolor was painted safely a few feet above the beach before the breakers will once again sweep the shore clean. The hearty European Beachgrass was planted decades ago to stabilize the sand dunes and continues to do its job year after year.
Original Framed Watercolor 43 ½” x 63 ½” – Image 33” x 53” – SOLD – All Rights Reserved