“Fall Swell At The Inlet” – Museum Quality Print

$100.00$1,800.00

(1 customer review)

Limited Edition Print Release of “Fall Swell At The Inlet” by surf inspired Artist, Jay Alders.

A painting inspired by Manasquan, New Jersey's iconic jetty and the epic surf that arrives like clockwork every fall.

Archival Giclée Prints available on 100% Cotton Rag and Gallery Wrapped Canvas as well as Embellished Canvas Artist proofs.

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Description

 

  • Every print is hand-signed & numbered by Jay Alders.
  • Museum Quality Giclée print quality.
  • Acid-Free & UV Resistant Ink and Materials.
  • Details for each print option is listed above.
  • Vivid and Accurate Color Matched to Original.
  • Available on Archival Canvas & Archival Hot-Pressed Cotton-Rag

More Details

This painting is inspired by Manasquan Beach, at the southern end of Monmouth County, New Jersey. The jetty in this scene is an icon to locals and surfers from around the world. Even Surfing legends like Andy Irons have enjoyed the consistently high quality waves here.

The artist, Jay Alders grew up surfing here and it's still a favorite beach spot for he and his wife and three children.

Additional information

WeightN/A
Print Options

11×38 Canvas, 12×36 Cotton Rag Paper, 14×48 Artist Proof (Embellished) Canvas, 14×48 Canvas, 18×62 AP Canvas (Embellished), 28×96 AP Canvas (Embellished)

1 review for “Fall Swell At The Inlet” – Museum Quality Print

  1. Jay Alders

    Thank you so much Hal!!! I’m so stoked that you are happy with it! Stay inspired! ??

  2. Hal Hansen (verified owner)

    I received my 12×36 Cotton Rag Paper version of this print (#1!) and it is even more beautiful in person than I expected. I cannot wait to get it framed and up on the wall somewhere. Whether you’re a surfer or not, this is an ideal piece of art for anyone who loves Manasquan. I’d also like to commend the communication regarding the shipping process and instructions on how to handle the print. Very professional and helpful.

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