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Manuel Hernandez Where the Road Meets the Sea Hand-Embellished Giclee on Canvas

Manuel Hernandez Where the Road Meets the Sea  Hand-Embellished Giclee on Canvas Manuel Hernandez

Status: Available | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition Hand-Embellished Giclee on Canvas | Edition Size: Limited Edition of 195 | Dim:20 X 30 | Manuel Hernandez| Item #: CEWHROADSEA

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Where the Road Meets the Sea  Hand-Embellished Giclee on Canvas

NOTES: Where the Road Meets the Sea - "I"ve never been to Hawaii, but this painting represents all the things I think of when I imagine going there. Beautiful sunsets, palm trees, turquoise lagoons"” paradise! In a place like this, music would fill the air and surfing is a way of life. In this fantasy of paradise, the perfect day might include a motorcycle ride around the island. To me a motorcycle is the ultimate symbol of adventure and it just seemed to fit perfectly into my vision of this idyllic day in such a tranquil place. In a way, this painting really represents things I would really love to do and that"s what"s fun about it, because I think there are probably a lot of people out there who can relate to that and may share this fantasy. I think those people are going to be the ones who really fall in love with this painting. The dreamers and the adventurers of the world... I painted it for them." ~ Manuel Hernandez.

Where the Road Meets the Sea  Hand-Embellished Giclee on Canvas by Manuel Hernandez  is signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Manuel Hernandez bio

Brilliantly composed and filled with vibrant color, the paintings of Manuel Hernandez are a feast for the eyes. Reflecting the mastery and energy of some of the finest artists to ever fill the pages of Disney history, Hernandez s work captures the magic and essence of this timeless artistic tradition and moves it reverently into the twenty-first century. Manuel s meticulous attention to detail is the hallmark to his paintings. Traditionally trained, Manuel Hernandez, a Southern California native was originally inspired and influenced by the contemporary illustrative works of J.C. Leyendecker, Dean Cornwell and Norman Rockwell. Having studied and apprenticed as an illustrator, Manuel Hernandez developed his skills with pen and brush to a level of mastery that would come to satisfy even the most discerning eye of some of the more critical Disney art traditionalists. When asked to contribute his artistic interpretation of the Walt Disney legend Hernandez set about to create a fresh perspective utilizing a modern Americana theme made famous by his early illustrative influences. Armed with many years of study and an equally demanding self-drive for perfectionism, Hernandez incorporated the powerful style of Muralist Diego Rivera, which when blended with his illustrative technique helped to create the unique and passionate artwork he would become famous for.