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Digital art on archival canvas with UV-protectant varnish


Limited Edition of 25


Size: 40 x 27 in.


Canouan, Grenadine Islands is the setting for this iconic piece. A stately pelican sits perched on one of many rocks on Canouan Beliene (French for the whale of Canouan).


Peering into this piece, the viewer will find a reminders of Jimmy Buffett blended into the rocks:  to the right is a guitar similar to what Jimmy Buffett liked to play. Searching to the left is Nadirah Shakoor, one of Jimmy's Reeferettes as she was singing Bubbles Up. Bubbles appear rising out of the water as the lyrics to one of Jimmy's last songs tell us:

"Bubbles up
They will point us towards home
No matter how deep or how far we roam
They will show you the surface
The plot and the purpose
So, when the journey gets long
Just know that you are loved
There is light up above
And joy, there's always enough
Bubbles up
Bubbles up"


Rock on, Jimmy.


Photographic elements:

  • Canouan, Grenadine Islands, West Indies
  • Casa Marina, Key West, FL - Fender pastel green guitar played at Meeting of the Minds by a trop rock musician.
  • Margaritaville, Key West, FL - Symbol from noted Key West musician, signed by Jimmy's "Crazy Sista" Lucy, Vaughn Cochran and other original/early Coral Reefers, and other trop rock musicians who participated in "Gypsies in the Palace". The symbol is from Dan & Tracey's collection received from the estate of a long-time Key West musician.
  • Gulf Shores, AL - Nadirah Shakoor at the TRMA Awards Oct 2023. Note the bubbles on her dark sheer blouse.
  • Rising bubbles - digitally sourced/created.


Other sizes available: 40 x 60 in canvas

Rock On, Jimmy

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    •  Keep out of direct sunlight.
    • Avoid high temperatures.
    • Clean gently with a soft dry cloth, do not use water or any liquid on giclees or fine art paper. A very small amount of water is OK on canvas.
    • Aluminum prints, made for outdoors, may get wet. However, the print must stay in indirect sunlight most of the day; all-day sunlight will eventually be harmful and will cause fading.
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