Sea Turtle Seascape | Contemporary Metal Animal Silhouette Art
Our 'Sea Turtle Seascape' is one of several aquatic, sea life themed contemporary metal giclée prints. In an effort to capture the fascinating underwater world and lively essence of the animal's natural habitat in a contemporary light, we have taken an artistically enhanced photograph of a coral reef seafloor and framed it in the silhouette of a swimming sea turtle. The surface of the artwork features a crisp, clean finish with a lightly textured shift between a semi-gloss eggshell on the white backdrop and a satin matte finish on the colorful acrylic inks.
It is not terribly uncommon to see this gentle giant wild in the ocean, and as one of the most beloved sea creatures in the ocean, all can all appreciate the iconic shape, paddle fins, and peaceful motions of the animal. With gorgeous underwater hues of indigo, azure, cobalt, turquoise, sapphire, cyan, and royal blue visible through the sea turtle's silhouette, this modern underwater artwork is a subtle reminder of the global efforts needed to keep our oceans clean and let Mother Nature flourish. A modern alternative to traditional taxidermy��_
Artist: Adam Schwoeppe
Title: Sea Turtle Seascape
Size: Large | 48W x 19H x 1D (inches)
Colors: White, Blue
Medium: Giclée on metal
Style: Modern Sea Turtle Art / Minimalist Sea Turtle Decor / Abstract Sea Turtle Painting / Contemporary Sea Life / Ocean Art
Process: Manually prepped and embellished metal panel with in-house giclee print application, assembled by hand in our art studio.
Detail: HD (high definition) giclée on metal. UV cured acrylic inks. Rare, true-flatbed application for ultimate image clarity.
Finish: Semi-Gloss, Satin-Matte Dual Finish
Mounting: Metal brackets on back hang easily from nails, screws, hooks or z-bars and allow the panel to float slightly off the wall, giving the artwork an attractive element of depth.
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