Created in 2013 - Artwork Size: 11" x 17" (70 hours): 1 of 1
Framed: 22".5 x 19.5" w/ 2.5" acid free matting and UV glass.
On February 2, 2013, I opened the Viz Art Gallery in Carlsbad, CA. It is located in the heart of Downtown Carlsbad known as "The Village".
This view is from the local beach over lookingthe Encina Power Station’s smokestack. The smokestack has been serving as Carlsbad's skyline for over 30 years. Carlsbad is known for it's beaches, outdoor activities, shopping,Flower Fields, Legolandand much more.
HIDDEN PICTURES: Coaster Train, wave runner, family of four, water well, windmill, wakeboarder, sunglasses, beach scene, Lego, sandcastle, strawberries, long boarder, flowers, seagull, standup paddle boarder, fish, biker, runners, skateboard, starfish, seal, dolphin, boat, shark, surfboard, crab, beach ball, airplane, shovel and bucket, fisherman, seashell and a beach girl.
HIDDEN WORDS: Flower Fields, Poinsettia Lane, outlets, 101 PCH, Cannon Road, Village by the Sea, La Costa, Encina Power Plant, surf, Lego, beach, 1952, Las Flores Road, sports, Tamarack Ave, Carlsbad Village Drive, Viz Art Ink Gallery, Palomar Airport Rd, Agua Hedionda Lagoon, Carlsbad, Karlsbad, Czech Republic, golf, 5, 92008, 92009, 92010, 92011, my signature and finish date (02/27/13).