A fun-loving, five foot long accent for your indoor or outdoor spaces, this Handcrafted Panoramic Jamaican Boats Wall Décor by Gizaun Art™ pictures a collection of multicolored fishing boats resting in the sunny sand on a shaded tropical beach. Peeking through the semi-translucent seaside image are the natural grain and knots of eleven red cedar panels into which the photo is inked – creating a memorable piece of nautical art that blends high-tech imagery with beach-inspired elements. Due to the inherent unique characteristics of natural wood, each colorful tropical wall art is totally one-of-a-kind.
Developed and created in the USA, Gizaun (pronounced GEE-Zawn) Art accents any indoor or outdoor living area. Hung outside on a deck, porch, garden wall, boathouse or pool house, this relaxing wall art will withstand wind, rain, snow and sun. Over time the coastal wall art will become more detailed and interesting as the wood patinas and ages. When hung inside, the entertaining nature of a beach getaway combined with the warm texture of the natural cedar will add an amusing accent any hallway, entryway, living room, kitchen, beach house or seaside cottage. Plus, the wonderful aromas of natural cedar will subtly fill your indoor spaces.
• Handmade Gizaun Art™ Panoramic Fishing Boats On A Beach Indoor/Outdoor Wall Art • Features a photo image of multicolored fishing boats on a sunny, tropical beach • Created from specially milled natural red cedar planks and photo imagery • Coastal wall art displays interplay of natural wood with photo and print technology • Weather-resistant, UV-safe translucent inks penetrate kiln-dried cedar for lasting art • Made in the USA
Size 60"W x 20"H
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