Wyland’s early inspiration grew upon seeing the ocean for the first time during a family visit to Laguna Beach, California in 1971, When he was fourteen years old. The sight of a mother and baby gray whale migrating near the shore eventually inspired him to paint those same two whales on a life-size scale on an adjacent building in 1981. After the completion of the mural, he committed himself to creating one hundred ocean murals around the world as a gift to communities. He painted his 100th whaling Wall mural in Beijing for the Cultural Olympics as the official artist for the US Olympic team.
Today Wyland is one of the most collected and appreciated artist in the world with artwork in museums, corporate collections, private homes and more than 100 countries.
Frame: Approx. 24" x 20" x 1.5"
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