"Victoria Beach" Laguna Beach, California - Prisma Pencil Drawing by Artist David Kizziar
"Victoria Beach" Laguna Beach, CA - Artist David Kizziar.
11" x 14" , 16" x 20" Giclée archival print with soft white, acid free mat (fits into a standard frame)
Kizziar captures the enchanting spirit of Victoria Beach with the white water splashing onto the rocky cliffs by using 6 colored prisma pencils (4 brown/2 white). The original drawing measures approximately 11" x 13" and took approximately 300 hours to complete.
Victoria Beach is a secluded beach located in south Laguna with white sands and blue-green water and sweeping cliffs with natural water-falls when the tides permit. It’s 60 ft stone turret known by the locals as “Pirate Tower.” This enchanting castle-like Tower was built in 1926 by William E. Brown, a senator from Los Angeles then sold in the 1940’s to retired Navy Officer Harold Kendrick, who was known for dressing up as a swashbuckling pirate and hiding coins in the tower for local kids to find. The property was most recently owned by Bette Midler.
The original drawing image size is 11" x 13"
NOTE: The artist has chosen a custom frame option for this print, if interested please contact us for more information.
(Also available in custom sizes )
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