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Call the Ships to Port, Original oil painting

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Size

Original oil painting by Sarah Soward.
Oil on canvas.
30x24 inches.

This painting is part of the Rhinotopia painting series.

Call the Ships to Port is inspired by La Sirene and named after a song by Covenant. In the painting, a siren in the form of an ocean-colored black rhino looks out to sea ready to beckon ships to her rocky shores. Waves crash around her while she remains serene.

The black rhino is an endangered species native to Africa and would not normally be found near any sea shore (as far as I am aware). The seascape here is of the lively cliffs and rocks at the end of Maku'u Drive on the Big Island of Hawaii. This is a more subtle juxtaposition than what many Surrealists employ.

Materials

Oil on canvas

Dimensions

30x24x.75 inches

Care Instructions

Display your artwork out of direct sunlight in a dry location and enjoy!

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Wild at Art

Wildlife art is a language of love, hope, and determination.

I painted my first rhino in 1999. There is no stopping me.