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R.I.P China Beach Surf Shack
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R.I.P China Beach Surf Shack

"Named after the creek that pours into the secluded bay, China Beach is where the west coast truly begins. Giant Red Cedar and Sitka Spruce tower over head and trap the incoming mists from the Juan de Fuca Strait. Hidden waterfalls plunge through canyons of sandstone and glacial till, carving their way to the shore. On most weekends, you'll find campers huddle up around camp fires and surfers paddling out to the points surrounding the creek mouth. When the swell is big and the ocean glassy, this place can turn on and deliver perfect rides peeling through the chocolatey waters. Living in Victoria a decade ago, friends and I began construction of a driftwood cabin. Nestled behind a berm, tucked amongst the salal, it was perfectly hidden and protected from storms. Hundreds of surfers and hikers enjoyed the cabin over the years until parks staff ripped it down to  reduce beach camping. Great memories in an ever-changing world."
- Andrew Talbot -

Product code: 108-RIP
Medium: Art Prints and Cards of Original Painting
Paper Print Size: 14 3/4" x 12" Image 13 3/4" x 11"
Canvas Giclee Size: 30" x 24"
Art Card Size: 6 1/4" x 5"

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Talbot, Andrew

Talbot, Andrew

From a young age Andrew Talbot grew up exploring and photographing the far corners of the Vancouver Island. Inspired by years of surf trips, wilderness hikes, and kayaking along west coast, his canvases offer a glimpse into those sacred places tha...

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