- Medium: Limited Edition Print on Canvas
- Size (Inches H x W): Custom Sizes Are Available
- Product code: GIC-2NDRDRBCH
- Custom sized orders for giclées can be made as well. Please contact us to discuss custom options.
Second Radar Beach
Second Radar Beach is located in the Pacific Rim National Park on the West Coast of Vancouver Island. Radar Hill, which is the hill above the beach, was formerly cleared for a radar installation during World War 11. In 1971, Mark Hobson ventured out to the west coast of Vancouver Island for the first time as a teenager and it was during that trip that Mark decided to move to the west coast. Second Radar Beach carries memories of that first trip to the “wild side” and has long become one of his favourite areas in Clayoquot Sound. The original oil painting of Second Radar Beach was painted on location in the winter of 2005 capturing the essence of the west coast of Vancouver Island.
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