Ghost ship series: The ninth wave remake: surreal art-print, poster, book, desktop-wallpaper NeoSurrealismArt.com
Part of the romance of the sea is found in its traditions and none have lingered longer than the superstitions of sailors. Many nautical superstitions have roots in an underlying truth or consideration for safety, but most reach so far back in time as to have their origins clouded in history forever. Sailing superstitions are ancient. No wonder then that superstitions about ghost ships might easily have fit into the belief system of the time. Some thought that the appearance of a ghost ship foretold the coming of a catastrophe.
“The Ninth Wave” is an old sailor's expression. It means a single wave larger than all the others. Colossal, unexpected, startling - ninth waves are the material of legend. It is said that nothing can withstand their power. The nine’s wave is often referred as a destroyer or killer wave. An old nautical superstition holds that waves become progressively higher until the ninth wave (some clam the tenth) and that then the progression begins all over again. While waves sometimes form larger ones when they meet, there is no really a fixed interval when a large one can be predicted. Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky Russian romantic painter.
I’ve been asked many times to adjust the “The ninth wave” image in terms of the color scheme and size to the rest of the Ghost ship series’ pictures. Many fans wanted to be able to print the entire series in one matching style. Here you go… I’ve made some additional changes and flipped the image in order to be more compliant to the original series’ design.
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This image featured in Oceanside Museum of Art, After Dark exhibition, USA 2012 March. The exhibition Inspired by the nautical scenery Ghost Fleet, OMA creates a pirate town filled with visual treasures. Museum of Art (OMA) mission is to educate and inspire the public through a diverse range of exhibitions that connect people with national and global artists and art forms of the 20th and 21st centuries.
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George Grie, November 2009
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vaibhav khaire / India / Sep 22nd
your best work
Tammy / Canada / May 3rd
hi George. we would like to offer some of your art work as a option for one of our products so we were hoping we could work out a pay per use system. we are interested in your ghost ship series. We make custom aquarium backgrounds, we think your ghost...
Skunk / Portugal / Aug 20th
Greetings, what a wonderfull garden of art you have. I was taught about 2 different waves,the seventh wave (sneaker wave) and storm waves higher then a house (giant wave, not rogue wave). I used to count the seventh in land, about the others I am lucky.
Springy / United Kingdom / Dec 18th
Brilliant work, all of it. Amazing talent! Thanks for showing it here. Springy.
jessie mcclain / United States / Dec 11th
your art is incredable and beautiful i have always been facinated with dragons i believe you could draw some great dragon pics i ask you please draw some and send them to me my screen is but im also ok with 1024x768 email jessiemcclain33 yahoo please help
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I am a big fan of your work, and also a manufacturer of Xtreamer Media player. We find some of your images fantastic. We believe using some of your art as default images with appropriate credit to you will be wonderful opportunity to expose your fine art!
Kim Skaggs / United States / Nov 19th
It is just wonderful!!!
Max / United States / Nov 13th
I came across your gallery and wanted to say hello and also say I enjoyed your art, absolutely stunning!
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