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Original: Acrylic on Masonite
2002

On the west side of Kauai there is a long, empty stretch of beach called Polihale. I happened to be on a trip to the island once, in the mid- to late '90s, at the same time as Bryan Iguchi, and we decided to go camp out and play on the beach there one night. There was a full moon out and it lit up the ocean so bright that we were actually able to paddle out and surf.

I just have this snapshot in my head from being out there, looking back at the ocean and seeing this wave crest and break in the moonlight. Just the richness of these incredible turquoise-blue colors as they went into the barrel and the plume of spray that whipped off the top of the wave made such a striking image, it left a big imprint on my mind. I had to paint it.

Moonlit Polihale

Jamie Lynn

24" x 17"
100 limited-edition signed and numbered prints
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44" x 30"
70 limited-edition signed and numbered prints

Archival pigment print on 300gsm cotton rag

$295.00 - $575.00

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about the artist

Jamie Lynn

Washington

Jamie M. Lynn is one of the most universally respected, iconic snowboarders of all time. His influence can be seen everywhere in snowboarding, from the way we ride, to the way we think about the art that covers our boards.

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