Uvita, Costa Rica | Bodhi Surf + Yoga It’s been a while since I’ve been a Peace Corps Volunteer in Costa Rica, but I still feel very connected to the culture and people that I experienced there. One of my friends during my service never actually left Costa Rica. He got married there and foundedContinue reading “Beautiful Paradise in Costa Rica with Bodhi Surf + Yoga”
You’ve just enjoyed a plate of fresh fruit and seafood at a small and charming seaside restaurant, and you’re now walking it off in the warm evening air, as the setting sun shimmers along the waters next to you. – 4″ x 6″ Acrylic Painting on Canvas Paper, dated 3/4/15 on back
A watercolor seascape painting.
Today I finished another 5″ x 7″ oil painting on eco-friendly gessobord panel. Haven’t done as much art lately since I’ve been so busy painting our house, but looks like the house painting will slow down soon! This painting is inspired by the setting sun on the beach in Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica.
This expansive tropical beach is located in the Pacific seaside town of Uvita, Costa Rica. You can walk for a mile here and only be accompanied by little red crabs scampering around the sand! Measures 9″ in height x 12″ in length Painted on back-stapled, gallery-wrapped canvas. Ready to hang.
Ahh the beaches of southern Europe… I love the look of the arid cliffs and clear blue waters. This small beautiful beach is located in Sao Rafael, Portugal. 8″ x 10″ Oil Painting Gallery-Wrapped Canvas; ready to hang!
Flamenco Beach, located on Culebra Island, Puerto Rico, is one of the most beautiful beaches I have ever been to. Tranquil azure waters, white sand and tropical foliage…ahhh. 8″ x 10″ Oil Painting on Canvas
I’ve been going through my photos from the Peace Corps a lot lately and finding inspirations for paintings. In 2008 I took a little weekend vacation “with the boys” to Puerto Viejo, Limon, on the southern Caribbean side of Costa Rica. This is may favorite place in Costa Rica. The Caribbean coast of Costa RicaContinue reading “Puerto Viejo, Limon, Costa Rica – beach, soccer, fish, relax”