Now a yoga studio, next door to my trusty laundromat.
A nice old Victorian in North Park, San Diego.
University Heights, full of great old architecture.
A sunny street corner in uptown San Diego.
Painted from a drawing on the tables outside Lestat’s on Park coffee shop in University Heights.
I was very excited and honored to hear that this painting is included in the amazing 6″ Squared show at Randy Higbee Gallery. The opening Gala Artists’ Reception is Saturday, December 8th, from 5 to 9 PM. (102 Kalmus, Costa Mesa, CA Get Directions.) I’m looking forward to the opening next weekend, and if you are in Orange County, I hope to see you there!
I always liked the steepness of this street, with its pile of buildings crowned with giant, shaggy date palms and a Victorian commercial building housing a yoga studio. The street is lined with a mix of architectural styles, with Victorian cottages at the bottom, 1920s Spanish Revival buildings that house holistic healing places halfway up, and an awesome 1960s Modern library on the opposite side.
I wound up choosing this vantage point because it was the easiest place to park while doing laundry. Lugging the laundry up the hill was not fun, but it was the perfect place, it turned out, to paint.
Also of note, there’s a great Naples-style pizza place right around the corner.
On to other topics.
I’m also excited to announce a solo show of my urban landscape paintings at the Lyceum Gallery!
The Gallery is located at the San Diego Rep Theatre lower lobby, in Horton Plaza in downtown San Diego. The show will coincide with Clybourne Park. Opening night and reception, Friday January 18; the play starts at 8 PM. More details to follow.