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Venadito Beach Metal Print featuring the painting Lorraine's Rock by Jeffrey Campbell

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Lorraine's Rock Metal Print

Jeffrey Campbell

by Jeffrey Campbell

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Lorraine's Rock metal print by Jeffrey Campbell.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of a metal print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 1/16" thick aluminum. The aluminum sheet is offset from the wall by a 3/4" thick wooden frame which is attached to the back. The high gloss of the aluminum sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results.

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Venadito means small deer in Spanish. Venadito Creek, a winter creek, empties into the ocean about one mile south of Refugio Beach State Park. The... more

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Artist's Description

Venadito means small deer in Spanish. Venadito Creek, a winter creek, empties into the ocean about one mile south of Refugio Beach State Park. The rock protrusion has been known by surfers as Lorraine's Rock and has many varied stories as to who Lorraine was and/or what she was doing on this beach. The rock has been beaten severely by raging surf and high tides and has been slowly eroded away over the years. In the 1960s it was attached to the cliff and had a cavelike slanted opening that went thru to the next beach, all long gone now. The beach is used by surfers when the west swells bring in some good lefts..........

About Jeffrey Campbell

Jeffrey Campbell

Note to those interested: Many of these paintings have been sold but I leave them up so you might have an idea of what you are lookiing for. These are all locations within a few miles of my studio and I can easily paint the same site although original, of course. Contact me. Lets chat. Jeff was born in Laguna Beach California in 1942. He was a successful high school football coach and History teacher for 30 years. Jeff grew up in Santa Barbara California and learned to body surf from his lifeguard father when he was four years old. He shared a balsawood surfboard with a friend when he was 13 and payed for, bought, and rode his first fiberglass board at the age of 15. Jeff has a special feeling for the ocean and surfing...

 

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