“Winter in New Zealand-A study in Tranquility” - Dye Sublimation onto aluminum with a white matte finish, black oak frame, and a custom signature box on reverse.
Sold as limited editions of 50 across all medium (excluding platinum prints) plus 5 artists proofs.
Each image comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and a secure hologram.
Artist signature, title, edition number and hologram will be presented on the back of the artwork and visible via a custom window. Edition 1 of 50.
NOTE: These prices do not include shipping and handling.
Lighthouse at Nugget Point
The lighthouse at nugget point was built in 1870, originally fueled by oil. Nugget Point was named by Captain Cook because the rocks surrounding the point looked like pieces of gold. We left St Clair at 3 am to drive to Nugget Point so that we could capture the stars before sunrise. As it turned out it was a rainy morning which we spent waiting in the car for the weather to clear. We had a brief moment to make the short hike down the trail to the lighthouse between the raindrops and this was the resulting capture. The thick storm clouds remind us of the importance of lighthouses!
“The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.” - Jacques Yves Cousteau