Piece description from the artist
When waves originate from the Pacific Ocean the wind has the final say on how they break at the shoreline. A dazzling effect called spindrift occurs as the wind blows just forcefully enough to scatter the crests. As the wave’s edges are whipped away in sheer-walls of ocean spray they mark their final landing with exclamations of echoing crashes.
Kerry Mansfield’s fine artwork has been exhibited globally, garnered numerous honors and awards. A host of press and publications, ranging from Time Magazine’s Lightbox, The New York Times Lens Blog to Architectural Digest, have featured several bodies of her work.
While living in The Sea Ranch working on her latest fine art project during the past four years she’s also been photographing the ephemeral coastline and its entrancing interplay with the Pacific Ocean.
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