This painting is based on my plein air studies in a small town of Marshall on Tomales Bay during one of the California Art Club painting retreats.
Tomales Bay is a long narrow inlet of the Pacific Ocean in Marin County in northern California, separating the Point Reyes Peninsular from the mainland. For many folks who come and visit the Point Reyes area, Tomales Bay is a near-perfect retreat: quiet, peaceful and beautiful. I love visiting and painting these small quaint towns along Tomales Bay. Barely 40 miles from San Francisco, they offer tranquility, open spaces, beautiful scenery, dotted with coves, beaches, and caves, and backed by eucalyptus and pine forests.
Oil on oil-primed Claessens Belgian linen, mounted on the archival museum quality Gatorfoam panel. Painting surface is protected with a coat of Gamvar varnish.
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oil, linen canvas, Gatorfoam board, varnish