In this painting, an ocean wave moves towards the viewer, sea foam playfully spreads along the shore. Someone will feel fear, someone will feel the smallest drops of salty sea waves on their face and want to dissolve in this wave, someone will feel cheerfulness and freshness. Nobody will remain indifferent. I want you to experience your real emotions by looking at this picture. What are you thinking about? What do you really want?
This painting is another reflection of the beauty of the seascape under my brush.

• Additional borders of the canvas are painted so it can be hung with or without a frame as preferred.

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