This painting is a tribute to the many mornings spent surfing at my favorite beach break, Upper Trestles. The bikes left on the sand are a portrait, or sorts, of the friends and locals who call this beach ‘home’. And, in general, if there are bikes left on the sand, it usually means there are fun waves to be surfed.
TRESTLES MORNING TRAFFIC
- - Painted with oil on wood panel - Surrounded by hand-crafted poplar frame - Wired and ready to hang! - Signed on front and back of painting - Treated with a protective UV resistant varnish