"Lover's Arch, Hopewell Rocks" (Detail), Vincent J. Cacace, 56" x 80", oil on linen
The Hopewell Rocks have been formed by the highest tides in the world. The average tide here at the top of the Bay of Fundy is 32 to 46 feet. That's 6 feet of water per hour. You can walk around these on the ocean floor.
I used a palette knife and thick oil paint to get a nice texture. It's on sturdy Italian Goliath linen, my favorite heavy linen.