Sunday, December 21, 2008

"San Francisco as the Sun Sets" I just finished this painting for my Academy of Art final. I may still go back into it and add a few more details . It is a 36"X48" oil painting and I really wanted it to have that wonderful mood that only S.F. can have as the night begins to creep in. I will take it over to the Knowlton Gallery in a few weeks. It is so nice to be on break from both my M.F.A. class and teaching high school. This painting is $4,000.00 to purchase click here.

I have done 2 50/50 shows at the 20th Street Gallery in Sacramento, Ca. that is when you paint 50 paintings in 50 days. I wish I could do that all the time but between studying and teaching it can be a bit stressful. I really want to have some fun with my art.

3 comments:

Cheryl said...

I love your blog Marilyn! Great idea.
I also love my tractor painting--I am getting it framed today. Last night some friends were admiring it.
Thank you for keeping me in the loop. And indeed it is NICE to be on break!
Happy 2009!!!
Cheryl

pbechill said...

What a great site! I love all your stuff, but this SF one is really wonderful - one of my favorite cities in the world!

Pam Bechill. Happy New Years!

Collection of the artist said...

Looks like too much work went into it. It's lovely and gloomy just like SF, I love it. Keep up the good work.