Shelter From The Storm
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Sunset lightning storm outside a seaside beach cave with waves on a beach and rugged mountains, by famed Hawaii Artist Walfrido Garcia. Classic and rare lithography print re-released from the artist's private collection.
Walfrido Garcia's panoramic seascape artwork captures the beauty and raw essence of the natural world, particularly the serene crystal clear waters of Hawaii, using a custom painting style called "Romantic Luminism."
- Lithograph print on heavy paper (1993)
- Limited edition of 295 prints, each print Signed and Numbered by artist
- Mixed media print embellished with hand-applied acrylic paint
- Art dimensions 30" High x 23" Wide
- Shipped flat
- Wood frame optional
Son of Philippines renowned artist Edgardo F. Garcia, Walfrido was eager to follow in his father’s footsteps who had left his homeland to pursue a better life for himself and his family. By the age of 17, Walfrido took after his father and was teaching his own art classes and hanging his art in Carmel galleries.
While on vacation in Hawaii, he found representation on Oahu and attracted the attention of local as well as international art buyers. Walfrido’s study and perseverance eventually led to the attention of Wyland and was asked to join the gallery as the youngest artist to display his art in the Wyland gallery chain. Since then Walfrido’s art has graced the walls of art galleries and collectors homes across the United States and abroad.
His style can be described as “Romantic Luminism” in which the subject he portrays goes beyond just imitating a photograph but instead adding a sense of timeless perfection to nature. Each painting plays upon the quality of light whether it is a romantic moonlight, a brilliant sunset, the sea caves of Kauai or the awe-inspiring glow of his signature “Lavascapes“. It’s as if each canvas is alive with the brilliant light of nature coming from within. With over 40 years of painting experience behind him, Walfrido is considered to be one of the most distinguished seascape artists today.