San Francisco:

First Impressions

2015

 

I never imagined I would find myself painting landscapes until I arrived in San Francisco about three years ago. I became completely enamored by spaces where urban density meets the humble beauty of nature.  I’m particularly drawn to the colors and patterns of tree trunks, and the way they work together with the surrounding architectural landscape to create new perspectives.  These are some of my early "first impression" Bay Area landscape paintings from my first year of living in San Francisco.

 

 

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Trees and Tiles
Trees and Tiles

12"x24" Oil on canvas available

In Memoriam
In Memoriam

30"x24" Oil on panel available

Conservatory at Closing Time
Conservatory at Closing Time

24"x24" Oil on canvas private collection

A Transient Refuge
A Transient Refuge

30"x15" Oil on canvas Private collection

The Red Roof
The Red Roof

16"x8" Oil on canvas Private collection

I Was Here First
I Was Here First

16"x8" Oil on canvas Private Collection

Muir Beach
Muir Beach

15"x30" Oil on canvas Private Collection

Peek
Peek

24"x12" Oil on canvas private collection

Shadowtrapped
Shadowtrapped

8"x8" Oil on canvas Private collection

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