Cleft of the Rock Lighthouse, Oregon #615

Cleft of the Rock Lighthouse, Oregon, Oregon - oregon lighthouse, cape perpetua lighthouse, lighthouse, oregon coast artwork by Emily Miller
Late summer fog hangs over the horizon and steep coastal cliffs at Cape Perpetua, on the central Oregon coast. The beacon from Cleft of the Rock Light can be seen 16 miles offshore, and might be welcomed at sea on these frequent foggy days.

The lighthouse and attached dwelling were built in 1976 by James Gibbs, a former Tillamook Rock Light attendant and lighthouse historian. Cleft of the Rock Light has been an official navigation marker since 1979 and includes many historic objects gathered from other West Coast lighthouses. The lighthouse takes its name from a 19th century hymn by Fanny Crosby.

Watercolor, 2017

8" x 10"

Original Painting Available (unframed)

$ 245

Purchase Cleft of the Rock Lighthouse, Oregon, Oregon Art Prints:

Giclee print
Laser print (8" x 10" matted to 11" x 14")
$ 30
  
Laser print - mini (5" x 7" matted to 8" x 10")
$ 20
  
Set of 8 Greeting Cards + Envelopes
$ 20
  
Mixed Set of 8 different Greeting Cards (indicate your image selections as a Note to Seller during checkout) $20.  

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