"VICTORIA BEACH" - Colored Pencil Drawing
"VICTORIA BEACH" Laguna Beach, CA - Artist David Kizziar
Kizziar captures the enchanting spirit of Victoria Beach with the white water splashing onto the rocky cliffs by using 6 colored 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 is available to view by private appointment.
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David sitting at the base of the Pirate's Tower on Victoria Beach.
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