Sailboat On Lake Union – Featured Art Print

This time of year highlights summer fun and I couldn’t think of a more appropriate summer activity than sailing. With that said….I thought I would feature: Sailboat on Lake Union. I created this art print using a fauvism technique. The technique focuses on bold brush strokes, surreal colors and abstract shapes. The white sails rise high above the boat. Colorful buildings and trees represent the shoreline.

The setting is Lake Union in Seattle, Washington. On a warm summer day you can find sailboats and speedboats leaving their docks for a day on the water. Located just north of the downtown area, it is in the heart of urban life for Seattle residence. There are lots of docks along the shoreline that provide permanent residence for many of the boats that call this lake home. Lake Union is part of the Lake Washington Ship Canal that joins Lake Washington to the east to the open waters of the Puget Sound to the west. Thoughts?

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21 thoughts on “Sailboat On Lake Union – Featured Art Print

  1. Canuck Carl

    This is the 1st time I have clicked over to your “Wall Gallery” website Kirt. So interesting reading about the prints…the printer used, the inks etc.

    Your fauvism technique is so cool with those bold brush strokes. Love the vivid colours. It would brighten up any room! 🙂

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      I love it as well Dan….headed back up there in just over a week for our youngest wedding!! Looking forward to it!! Thanks for stopping by Dan!! Happy 4th!!

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