Beavertail State Park Painting
24″ x 24″, Acrylic on Canvas, 2010
by Charles C. Clear III
Beavertail State Park in Jamestown, Rhode Island is a breathtakingly beautiful stretch of coastline! Beavertail is located on the southernmost tip of a narrow island peninsula. Newport lies just to the east. To the west lies Narragansett, and it’s close enough that you can clearly see the homes and cars on scenic Ocean Road! The real beauty, though, is all around you! Mammoth sun-drenched rocks and giant waves that seem to be perpetually breaking; That was my inspiration for this painting!
Here a giant wave rises from the deep, its blue-green glory capped with white, ready to crash like thunder in the shallows. In the foreground is a rich tapestry of craggy rocks. These orange tinged behemoths, scattered across the shore, contain pockets of water and white foam that hiss in defiance, then sigh and retreat to the sea to become the next wave.
This original work of art has been sold. Fine art prints and poster art reproductions of Beavertail are available in a variety of sizes, and in a variety of media. Contact me for more information, and to discuss your specific needs.
Charles C. Clear III