This is a view of the Sullivan's Island Lighthouse in Charleston, SC at sunset; looking ashore from the ocean. Sullivan's is one of the few lighthouses that remained in use into the 21st century, and the only one in the United States to boast an elevator and an air conditioned interior. The automated beacon can be seen from as far as 26 miles from shore, and has one of the most powerful lights (of any lighthouse) in the world.
Being able to visit the lighthouse often is one of the many benefits of living in Charleston, and this painting was inspired by one of these visits.
This painting is on a canvas board, framed a black wodden frame; ready to hang.
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