This black and white art print shows the sun shining down on the seaside cliffs through the billowing dark storm clouds. The dramatic light effect is like a spotlight on the rugged coast of Cinque Terre, Italy,
specifically the coastal town of Vernazza. These sun rays breaking through the clouds inspire and remind us of the heavens above, beauty in the drama of the impending storm.
This beautiful seascape can be yours! Just choose your fine art print size, or buy the original (see description below). This print of a charcoal drawing by Kelly Borsheim would also make a great gift to any nature lover, lover of cloud watching, seascapes, Italy, or anyone who loves heavenly inspiration.
If you prefer shopping on Etsy, go here for prints of Spotlight:
See also the companion drawing/print called "Splash" from Vernazza, Italy (Le Cinque Terre):
Each fine art reproduction is printed on quality fine art paper. (The word "Print" will not appear on the print.) Your fine art print will have some white border [making the total dimensions larger than the size you order].
LARGE WALL ART (Original Art):
I also offer here THE ORIGINAL charcoal and pastel drawing. The original drawing is mostly charcoal with small touches of pastel.
The wall art is matted with white, and framed in an IKEA black plastic frame, lightweight. Instead of glass, the frame came with an acrylic sheet of plastic.
However, this is intended to provide protection for the art during shipping. You are perfectly welcome to hang the art as is, or replace the frame and add glass.
FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE! Any import taxes must be paid by you.
I usually need 1-2 business days to create your print and will ship soon after. Let me know if you need the art by a certain date or have any other requests in the personalization section, where you put your phone number for shipping.
I recommend framing behind a non-glare glass, with a mat, and simple frame.
The color of the mat and frame should go with the color of the print. A white mat gives a traditional, classically clean look.
For black and white images, I recommend the traditional look of a white or slightly off-white wide mat with a simple black frame (and non-reflective glass if possible).
Care for your print just as you would any work on paper:
do not display in direct sun and protect from humidity. The framer should attach the print to the support ONLY on the TOP edge, allowing the paper to hang freely behind the mat. That freedom allows the paper to respond well to most levels of changing humidity.
And thank you so much! Enjoy your art,
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