"Ruins of Lopud, Croatia through the Trees" Original Limited Edition Landscape Painting by Derek Alvarez. Each metal print is signed and numbered on the bottom-right corner by the artist. For example, "Derek Alvarez 1/5". Each postcard is signed and numbered on the back of the card.
5.6"x4.25" printed on postcard paper, edition limited to 300 - The card is thick and durable, with a semi-gloss finish - perfect for any art collector! You can easily frame it and put it on your wall, or store it with your other collectibles.
18"x24" printed on metal, edition limited to only 30 - This is a medium size painting and should fit just about anywhere in your home. It would look great in your living room, dining room, media room, or even your bedroom.
27"x36" printed on metal, edition limited to only 5 - This is a fairly large size and is perfect for making a statement in your home. It would look great in your living room, dining room, media room, or even your bedroom.
This painting is inspired by a boat trip we took from Dubrovnik, Croatia to the island of Lopud... there is a park there that has some ruins and the clearing of the trees created a spotlight on the ruins that looked really cool. The tour guide had stories about pirates and Venetian barons, and even Maoris(!) coming to this island over the centuries.
This painting is about the sense of discovery as you walk along this path in a shaded park and see this old building peaking through the trees just around the corner. On the outside of the building, there was a sculpture head that looked like something the Maoris would have made, and it is said to bite down on whoever puts their hand in and doesn't tell the truth... is it true that Maoris traveled to this island? I’m not sure, but the mysteries of the world never cease to amaze!