24.00" x 18.00"
24.00" x 18.00"
The Red Sand of Sandy Island Grenada Wood Print
by Dan Podsobinski
The Red Sand of Sandy Island Grenada by Dan Podsobinski - 24" x 18"
The Red Sand of Sandy Island Grenada wood print by Dan Podsobinski. Bring your artwork to life with the texture and added depth of a wood print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 3/4" thick maple wood. There are D-clips on the back of the print for mounting it to your wall using mounting hooks and nails (included).
Looking for a suttle island background? This will add a quiet element to any wall as a print or bathroom as a shower curtain.... more
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Looking for a suttle island background? This will add a quiet element to any wall as a print or bathroom as a shower curtain. The beautiful natural pattern of very unique coral-made red sand. This is only found on the northern tip of a small island named Sandy Island, located near the Grenada island of Carriacou. The red coral is chewed up and spit out by a local fish as it gets its' nourishment somehow from the dead coral that is found abundantly in that area. For the best island-inspired art and gifts, visit our shop at IslandHoppersArt.com Image copyright (c) 2019 Dan Podsobinski
About Dan Podsobinski
Thank you for checking out Island Hoppers Art :-) From the beaches of Florida to the Bahama Islands, West Indies, Caymans, Mexico, and Belize Tracey and I create tropical art to brighten your living space. Dan Podsobinski Photographer | Digital Artist Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Dan's passion for tropical photography started at 16 after moving to Tampa, Florida. Using his Yashika FX-2 single-lens reflex camera, he recalls shooting a friend's Toyota Celica's tire tracks on desolate Sand Key. And then hurrying to the darkroom to see his earliest works come to life. Dan's art exhibitions have spanned the southeastern US; collectors range from Seattle to Key West. He and his wife Tracey are avid supporters of sea turtle...
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