Sherwood Forest, plein air view


A view reminding me of houses I saw as a kid in San Francisco. 12×16, acrylic on canvas.

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When my mother, my sister and I came to San Francisco in 1963, we drove down to the beach, got stuck on the great highway, and later ended up lost in this neighborhood near Mount Davidson. As a kid, I marveled at the red steps and storybook architecture. It was that trip that convinced me that San Francisco was a city I could live in.

I liked the hill this view was on. I painted it in the car over a few days. I had to stop by for several days until I found that parked car again.

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Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 14 × 18 × 1 in

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