Fenwick Island from the South Edisto 12 X 36"
The most notable feature about Fenwick Island is its palisade of pines that stand tall and separate. These pines tend to lose their lower and older branches early as they reach for the sky. The pines remind me of soldiers standing in formation.
This scene is viewed from the South Edisto, over an abundance of marshland. This painting is done with oil on stretched canvas as 12 X 36"and weighs about one pound.