Finally went over to the gallery and snapped a photo of Beach 21 Squared in its frame. The lighting in the gallery space is less than ideal for picture-taking and the flash spots can be seen on the glass, but I hope you can see that the frame is a brushed, silver-toned metal.
After taking me to a delicious lunch at the Prado in Balboa Park, Kate, along with husband Gerard, father and stepmother and I went together to see the show, which I thought was really quite a nice one. Because she had purchased the first painting in the Beach 21 edition, Kate kept referring to this as "her" painting. I think Kate's Beach is a fitting and charming title for it.