Tag Archives: Berkeley

New Work Posted For Sale

9 Mar

“Yellow Nude” (first painting) is one of the best things I’ve done in a long time, IMHO. “Yellow Nude” can be purchased here. “Spanish House in Berkeley” (painting number two) is available here. “Rollin’ in the Pink”  (third painting) is available at the link, and “Fish” (last painting) can be purchased here.

Abstract Nude Oil Painting -"Yellow Nude" - Midcentury Art, Midsize wall art, 14" x 20"

Expressionist Cityscape Painting in Oil - Spanish House in Berkeley - Midsize Wall ArtAbstract Art Midcentury Style - Original Painting in Water Color, 7" x 9", Small Wall Art

Abstract Water Color Painting, "Fish", Small Art, 7" x 9", Blue Painting

New Listing: U.C. Berkeley Mascot Print

7 Nov

I’ve just listed this archival giclee print of my California Golden Bear original oil painting: Giclee Print of an Original Oil Painting, Bear, California Golden Bear, University of California, Berkeley, The Lair of the Bear The original oil painting is in the collection of  my sister-in-law and her husband. It was painted in July, 2010 at Camp Gold, at the University of California’s “Lair of the Bear” Alumni Camp near Pine Crest, California. The bear statue, carved out of redwood, is the camp’s most popular landmark (maybe the **only** landmark), and represents–of course–the beloved mascot of the U. C. Berkeley football team.

The print came out pretty nice, I must say. It’s 8″ x 11″ on heavy, watercolor-type paper, vertical, with a 1/2″ border.