A nautical painting with boat fenders. This painting is ideal for someone who loves being out on or near the water.
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Details & Description
Title: Boat Fenders
Size: 9" w x 12" h
Canvas Type: Canvas Panel Board
Signed: On the front
COA: Signed Certificate of Authenticity
A painting with a nautical theme that includes fishing boat fenders, chains, and pier columns. This artistic work would be an excellent gift for someone in your life who enjoys the water, fishing, or boating. It would make a wonderful addition to the nautical-themed decor in your house, office, man cave, or fishing cabin.
Teresa Bernard, a realistic artist, painstakingly hand-painted and signed this 9×12-inch canvas board artwork in lower left corner. It is best to frame this painting before hanging it on the wall.
The copyright watermark ©️ teresabernardart.com is not present on the physical canvas art.
Sometimes I like to give myself a challenge when choosing a subject matter for my paintings. I found these fishing boat fenders tied to the pillar of a fishing pier very interesting because of all the different textures (wood pier, rusty chains, and rubbery boat fenders) present. I thought they would make an interesting challenge trying to paint all that texture. One does get a sense of texture from the detail in this artwork.
Other paintings that were a study of texture are:
What are boat fenders?
A boat fender is a type of bumper or cushioned buffer used to prevent a boat or other watercraft from bumping into a dock, pier, or another boat causing damage to its hull. They are often constructed of rubber, foam, or plastic, and they come in various shapes and sizes depending on their use.
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“The colors and contrast of the chain, you made a rusty chain very appealing.” — @JosephChristian33, Gab
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