”I created this piece of art for the 2016 Surfrider Foundation's annual John Kelly Environmental Achievement Awards. This years theme was "Long live the...." I chose the Albatross breeding grounds out at Ka'ena Point as one of the beautiful places and events that I hope will last for generations and generations after us."
Wood panel prints featuring some of Heather Brown's favorite images from her past paintings. These panel prints start with two perfectly sanded wood panels sealed together, and artwork is then printed onto the surface. Each wood panel may have unique imperfections, which gives the printed artwork wonderful character. In fact, no two prints are ever the same!
14" x 11" medium sized split wood panel (1-1/2" depth with wood mount)
Artwork may vary slightly from pictured: Panels may include knots, splits, and other natural wood characteristics
Signature on front of print
Includes wood bars mounted on back for easy display!
Tropical Hawaii artist Heather Brown has gained a worldwide reputation for her unique style and depictions of idealistic Hawaiian landscapes including sandy beaches, epic waves, figurative surfers, and exotic tropical flowers.