Electric Palms Electric Palms is a colorful and fun image of palm trees made up with zig-zags. The palm trees appear to be in motion like they are dancing. They are a fun and vibrant energy; these palm trees will look good in any room.TO ORDER: All orders will be a better quality with a higher resolution, and all watermarks will be removed. You can order this image printed on quality paper, canvas, acrylic, or metal; framed or unframed. You can also order this image printed on many items that make great gifts, like printed on mugs, cards, stationary, puzzles, t-shirts, phone cases, charger cases, pillows, yoga mats, and many more items by going to: https://www.nlgalbraithfineart.com/product/electric-palms/ or to: https://pixels.com/featured/electric-palms-nl-galbraith.html
The Mission Beach Roller Coaster The Mission Beach Roller Coaster is also known as The Giant Dipper. It is a wooden roller coaster that was built in 1925, and still beckons thrill seekers. With a maximum speed of 55 mph and the largest drop of 60 feet, only the brave dare ride it. As you walk or drive by you can hear the riders yell out with oohs and aahs and squeals of delight as they ride the course. This roller coaster is located a stones throw away from the Pacific Ocean in the Belmont Amusement Park in Mission Beach, part of sunny San Diego California. You can also order this image with an orange sky, a magenta sky, a yellow sky, or a blue sky with pink and gold structural beams. A fun addition to any interior. This image can be printed on paper, canvas, wood, or metal, framed or unframed; or printed on many different items such as on throw pillows, phone cases, face masks, cards, and more by clicking on https://www.nlgalbraithfineart.com or on our partner link here at: https://pixels.com/profiles/nl-galbraith All orders will be a better quality image with a higher resolution, and the watermark will be removed. All of NL Galbraith's artwork is copyright protected. Powered byWP Support and Maintenance
Steerphant Wearing Zebra Trunks This steerphant put on his best zebra trunks to go to the local watering hole. Try doing that with tusks.
New Contemporary Art - "Floating Apples" by NL Galbraith This contemporary still life shows apples floating in a green glass bowl which is floating over an abstract pedestal in greens, golds, tans, and black. It was actually fabric draped over some wooden Napa Valley wine boxes. A small part of this acrylic painting on the lower edge was done from a cork that I carved out and used as a stamp in lieu of lace. The fabric is bunched a little over the three bottom button legs to hide them and to give the bowl the effect of floating. With four apples in this bowl, not one apple touched the bottom, instead they held each other up, like good friends do.