By: Aaron Chang
I love how Pacific Green looks like a glass sculpture. It is the angle of this wave and how it moves with the curvature of the beach that allows a moment of pure stillness in its surface that makes this piece so powerful. A moment of beauty captured in time…
Over the years, I have also been looking to capture the land and a breaking wave together. (It’s more difficult than you’d think, since the beaches are mostly vast open spaces.) I can only think of a couple of times in my life where this combination has come together. Pacific Green is one of those moments.
In this short video, I explain my how I captured my newest release, Pacific Green.
As with all of my new releases, Pacific Green is an edition of 95. That means only 95 prints of this piece will ever be made.
Now is the best time to secure an edition of this special work before we start to sell through the limited number of prints and the price goes up. Like all of my work, the introductory pricing is based on size and finish.
I hope you enjoy the crisp beauty of the Pacific the way I do. It’s many faces and ever changing moods are a constant source of awe and inspiration to me.
Introducing Pacific Green.