Yo No Soy Marinero
Yo No Soy Marinero
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Yo No Soy Marinero

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Original Painting Size: 20" x 16"

Medium:  Acrylic on Canvas
Method:  Plein Air

Date Painted:  08/30/2016

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:

Last one from a recent Ventura/Santa Barbara trip.

Sometimes a painting almost seems to paint itself. This one really didn’t need me much at all. The more I got involved the more I messed it up so at one point I just sort
of mentally checked out. I put on some music to drown out the roar of semi trucks on the highway behind me and relaxed through the afternoon until it looked finished. I’m
not trying to sound flippant about the work, but I think everyone who makes art can relate to the way some pieces just need us to get out of their way.

But the title is true. I am not a sailor. I will crash your boat. Seriously, don’t underestimate my lack of seaworthiness. I will steer your beautiful boat into a sandbar and all the knots I’ve tied will come undone. I will happily recline in your captain’s quarters, though. Especially if there are snacks.

-Entry on August 30, 2016

-Matt Beard