Walk This Way
The Maldives were going to be our retirement vacation in 2015; we had a plan for 10 days each in sister resorts in the north and south. That had to be deferred, but the graciousness of our hosts at Cocoa Island permitted us to make the trip in 2017, even though we were already scheduled for several other locations that year. And wow, are we glad we made it. From the boat ride and reception at the dock, to the service throughout our stay, it was a superb and delightful vacation. The nature of the each of the atolls of the various resorts means that everyone enjoys crystal clear water, stunning night scapes free from most light pollution, engaging marine life, and a sense of privacy. We loved the graceful curves of Cocoa Island's architecture. This image is all about that sense of welcome, adventure and iconic tropics under a brilliant blue sky and over crystalline water.
A note about the media: As with all our artwork, we offer this piece in the medium or media we feel is best suited for its emotional connection. We generally find that most colors and details are most vividly conveyed through our Radiant finish. It's more brilliant and detailed than either acrylic or metal. We also offer this piece in Claritas, our acrylic block available in one or more of three sizes, depending on the art itself. It is ideally suited for the desktop, kitchen window, bathroom counter, or mantle.
Some of our larger pieces are also offered in polyptychs of different configurations on Fabrika, a museum quality cloth onto which color-matched inks are directly printed and bonded with a lustre finish for archival protection.
Whether a limited edition, or open edition radiant print or a Claritas gift, none of our artwork is an off-the-shelf Amazon Prime® delivery item. From order to shipment is usually a 10-day process, each step of which you will be kept apprised.
Shipping is free within the continental United States on all art. First time print collectors also receive free global shipping.
Otherwise, global shipping [outside the Continental US] is priced on a per piece basis.