Photorealistic, Perspective on Yacht
This painting perfectly captures the ship’s steadiness amidst the waves. The color of the sky is an appropriate backdrop for this piece, as it is impossible to tell where the water ends and the sky begins. This blend of art form makes this work one that belongs in a museum or home with similar taste.
The work is one that attempts to reproduce reality through art.
This piece uses light on dark canvas to provide the illusion that the ship is splitting the ocean in two on its own personal journey into oblivion. The work is perfectly balanced so as to feel like one side of the boat leans against the wind, while the other tilts in the opposite direction in response.
Sailing to Mt Tam is a work of art that capture the purity and the beautiful of a trip to the mountains. The painting was created to capture this feeling of serenity and calmness that a trip to Mt Tam brings to you. The work is set in a boat on a blue ocean under blue skies, both mirroring each…
The warm setting of the Sailing series perfectly captures the thrill of sailing in the sunshine. The blue hues in this watercolor painting sparkle because they were drawn on paper with a golden surface. You can sense the wind tugging at the boat and the warmth of the sun. This is what makes this watercolor painting so lively. The stunning…
Go on a trip with this watercolor painting and get lost in the different blues of the sky reflecting off the beautiful blue ocean. The light brush strokes create patterns like waves or dolphin fins racing across the canvas. Spend some time dodging whales and cautiously nodding at curious sea creatures in an environment so stunning you may even forget…
Have you ever daydreamed of watching the sunset in Maui on a boat? The sun moves lower and lower, turning the sky purple and pink. You can feel the rolling green hills announcing the sunset. Weaving these memories into art, Maui-based David Gallegos captures paradise in each brushstroke. Making use of subtle hues and inventive combinations to capture the expression…