A Window of Light
A Window of Light
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A Window of Light

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Original Painting Size: 20" x 16"

Medium:  Acrylic on Canvas
Method:  Plein Air

Date Painted:  05/22/2019

Limited Edition Canvas Print: 25" x 20"

Shipping box dimensions: 33" x 28" x 4" | 7lbs.

What we charge for shipping: $35 Cont. US | $68 HawaiiAlaska

General Information about my Limited Edition Canvas Prints

  • Each image offered as a Limited Edition Canvas Print is limited to an edition of only 95 prints. They are printed with archival inks on canvas, stretched, hand-varnished, framed, and then inspected, signed and numbered by Matt Beard. 
  • Each print is framed with an aged Rustic Redwood Lath edge. Solid wood strips are attached directly to the sides of the canvas, providing protection and a casual rustic look, with a minimalist approach. The color and texture are reminiscent of old railroad ties and a fine compliment for these visions of classic California.
  • Certificate of Authenticity included. 
  • Allow approx. 3 weeks for delivery.


Artwork Notes:

I was supposed to drive a lot further up the coast on this day back in 2019. I didn’t get past this point though. After a few hours in the water, laughing as a handful of us rode these hypnotic little waves spinning down the point, I knew I was going to paint here as well. Made a whole day of it. ⠀

Passing showers were visible on and off in all directions as the sun took its turn occasionally sneaking between the clouds and showering the earth with light. ⠀

Every once in awhile a window of light would fall in such a way that made everything seem timeless- as though the surfers and the park rangers and the tourists and the railroad barons, and the cattle ranchers, and the Spaniards, and the Chumash who lived in a small village right here were all seated silently, just out of sight from one another admiring the same beautiful scene.

-Matt Beard