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Love Birds- Poster Print by Jay Alders


Part of the Sea Bird Series, this painting depicts two birds soaring off together over the ocean, with their wings connecting and forming a heart. With the sun warming them on their journey, this painting represents love, togetherness and oneness.

Out of the Blue- Poster Print by Jay Alders


The impressionistic brush strokes, vibrant colors and linear curvature make this ocean wave painting an energetic yet soothing piece. The original painting is oil painted on wood with piece of the wood still showing throughout the piece.

Fairy Tails Poster Print


“Fairy Tails” is a beautiful depiction of two sexy mermaids and the sea life they share the ocean with. During a passionate moment of connection, the world undergoes a social,religious and spiritual paradigm shift while moving towards a new age.Size: 19.75″ x 19.75″ (50.2 cm x 50.2 cm) Limited Edition Poster Print feature's Jay Alders's first Mermaid painting, “Fairy Tails”.. We prefer to think of this as an 'Art Print' rather than a Poster because it is printed on a thick, durable art paper stock that makes this an awesome value with a gorgeous luster finish. It's printed in full-color, with high quality resolution technology. (Note: Oh, don't worry…The Copyright Watermark will not be on the actual poster). This will make an epic gift or addition to your home, office or beach themed decor.

Home Slice – Museum Quality Print


This surfing painting which was first conceived when Jay was asked to paint an original piece of art for the Fosters Belmar Pro 2010 limited Edition Poster. Having spent much of the summer of 2010 away on art tours, Alders craved some time at home to just paint, surf and enjoy beach culture. Thus “Home Slice” became representative of a late summer homecoming. Immediately Jay thought of the rock jetties and greenish-blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean that he spends so much of his time surfing in. This piece really shows the artist’s love of geometric and abstracted form. The painterly brushstrokes and impressionistic color palette are a different approach than we are used to from Alders, yet it is still very much in his unique style. The surfer becomes one with the ocean wave as his hand seemlessly creates the breaking wave. The repetitive patterns in the sky and wave face add a graphic design element to this painting which makes it both soothing and exhilarating. No matter how much we travel, there’s no place like home.