Nicole Nason lives to travel the globe for the best waves. But her trip to Peʻahi was something special, saying "I think what was so special about jaws isn’t the fact that it’s well known as a wave. As someone who spends so much time in the water, you can just feel so much energy in the water; it’s a wave that you can just stare for hours and just be in awe and mesmerized by. I distinctly remember that there were two people in the boat who are not into photography and just went to see the wave; These folks kept exclaiming again and again about the beauty and gracefulness of how this wave breaks and how powerful and majestic it is. As the boat was bouncing back-and-forth and I was taking my shots, I couldn’t help but feel the same way. Just filled with gratitude and thankful to be able to witness a wave-like and be able to share it with others through photography. It’s the raw beauty and power behind the heavy waves that keep you humbled and in awe." Peʻahi is a place on the north shore of the island of Maui in the U.S. state of Hawaii. It has lent its name to a big wave surfing break, also known as Jaws. Water your wall and bring your space hydro balance with the lines of swell from this epic spot. This piece is mounted to the amazing Global Surf Gallery Floating Glass Medium which arrives gleaming with its glossy modern floating look.
Limited Edition: 1/50
About the medium:
Materials: BPA Free Clear Acrylic, LexJet Lustre paper, Aluminum Dibond backer
Features: Modern frameless look, Vibrant colors, Built-in UV Inhibitors, High-resolution archival paper, and archival inks, Hand polished, crystal clear edge
Print Technique: The artwork is printed on photo paper, and then fused onto the backside of the acrylic