1416 Santa Clara Ave
Victorian Tudor Study
Victorian Gables Study
Fountain Grove Round Barn
Willard Arts Center
Eastlake Cottage with Jacaranda
Dan's Fresh Produce
Ole's Waffle Shop
Del Monte Warehouse
Park Street Bridge
1416 Santa Clara AveWatercolor and micron pen on Arches cold press | 16x20 | $1000 | sold
Victorian Tudor Study5.5” x 11” | watercolor and micron pen | $180
Victorian Gables Study8” x 14” | watercolor and micron pen | $180
Fountain Grove Round BarnOriginal watercolor and micron pen on Arches cold press14" x 187" | soldCommissioned by Cybele Lamonica Walsh
Pheasant RunOriginal watercolor and micron pen on Arches cold press14" x 18" | soldCommissioned by Curtis and Kristine Smith
Willard Arts CenterOriginal watercolor on Arches cold press16" x 20" Currently NFSIn 1994, Dick Clayton, Sr. and his son Steve donated the theater and adjacent buildings, to the Idaho Falls Arts Council, a private nonprofit organization.The Idaho Falls Arts Council launched a capital campaign, known as the Phantom project. An anonymous donor challenged the community to raise half of the total cost and the Phantom would donate the remaining. The successful $4.2 million dollar campaign renovated the Colonial Theater and the adjacent buildings into a beautiful visual and performing arts center for the region.Renamed for the Phantom donors, Miles and Virginia Willard, who also chaired the campaign, the Willard Arts Center now contains a visual arts building with galleries, classrooms, artist studios, meeting spaces for events, and much more.
Porter HouseOriginal watercolor on artboardUnframed original: 12" x 16" $800 | SOLD
Potters ManorOriginal watercolor on Arches coldpressUnframed original: 16" x 25" $1200 SOLDGiclee reproduction: Please inquire Potters Manor, also known as Steep Park House, was built in 1904 by French-born Spanish/English artist and orchid grower James Francis Walford. For unknown reasons, the manse was abandoned with all its contents including many paintings and full wardrobes of clothes. It subsequently was plundered and made derelict. Located in Steep Road, Crowborough, East Sussex, the house was eventually renovated and renamed Highwell House. It was purchased by Cate Blanchett who is the current owner.
Eastlake Cottage with JacarandaCommission, NFSOriginal watercolor on Arches cold pressImage size: 8" x 8"
Tarnished JewelOriginal watercolor on Arches cold pressFramed original: SOLDGiclee reproduction: $120 + S/H (availability approximately 6/30/17)Actual image size (not including frame): 8.65" x 14.35" *California residents add 7.25% sales tax
Dan's Fresh ProduceOriginal watercolor on Arches cold pressFramed original: $500 + S/H Giclee reproduction: $80 + S/HActual image size (not including frame): 8" x 10" *California residents add 7.25% sales tax Dan Avakian started working at this produce market on the corner of Central and Oak in Alameda, CA when he was 15 years old, and in 2006 he bought it and renamed it. His miniature farmer's market is a favorite source for local produce, fish, and artisan bread.
Ole's Waffle ShopOriginal watercolor on Arches cold pressImage size: 7.5" x 7.5"Framed size: 15.25" x 15.25" $500Giclee reproductions $80 Ole’s Waffle Shop in Alameda, CA was established in 1927. When immigrated to America, Ole brought with him the famous pancake and waffle recipe still used today. A favorite in the Bay Area, Ole’s is a classic neighborhood diner with lines often well out the door.
Grand MarinaOriginal watercolor on Arches cold pressImage size: 7.5" x 8.8"Framed size: 15" x 16.25"Framed original: $500Giclee reproduction: $80 Alameda's state-of-the-art marina offers over 400 berths and is nestled in the Alameda estuary.
Croll BuildingOriginal watercolor on Arches coldpressFramed original: SOLDGiclee reproductions: $80 9.4" x 7.4"The Croll Building in Alameda CA was built in 1879. It was famous as training quarters for some of the greatest fighters in boxing history. Today it's home to 1400 Bar and Grill, and is registered as a California Historical Landmark and is on the National Register of HIstoric Places.
Crown BeachOriginal watercolor on Arches coldpressFramed original: SOLDGiclee reproductions: 15.25" x 15.25" $80 + S/HCrown Memorial State Beach is a state park in the city of Alameda, CA on the shores of San Francisco Bay, looking towards San Francisco. The city, the bay bridge and the conning tower of the USS Hornet are visible in the background. Between 1917 and the start of World War II, it was the home of Neptune Beach, an amusement park and resort community that featured bathing spas and waterfront houses.
Posey TubeOriginal watercolor on Arches cold pressFramed: 15.25" x 15.25" | SOLDGiclee reproduction: 7.9" x 7.9" $80 + S/HThe Posey tube and the Webster Street tube are two parallel underwater tunnels connecting the cities of Oakland and Alameda, California, running beneath the Alameda-Oakland Estuary. The Posey tube is the second-oldest underwater vehicular tunnel in the US, preceded only by the Holland Tunnel. The Posey tube, completed and opened to traffic on October 27, 1928, was named after George Posey, Alameda County Surveyor during the tunnel's planning. The ventilation buildings that house the exhaust and fresh air fans are built in an art deco style.
Alameda TheaterOriginal watercolor on Arches cold pressFramed original: 15.25" x 15.25" | SOLDGiclee reproduction: 7.9" x 7.9" $80 + S/HThe Alameda Theater is an Art Deco movie theater built in 1932 in Alameda, CA. It opened with a seating capacity of 2,168. It was designed by architect Timothy L. Pflueger and was the last grand movie palace built in the San Francisco Bay Area. It closed in the 1980s as a triplex theatre and was later used as a gymnastics studio. A restoration and expansion project was completed in 2008, making the historic theater the primary anchor of an eight-screen multi-plex.
USS HornetOriginal watercolor on Arches coldpressFramed original: 15.25" x 15.25" | SOLDGiclee reproduction: 7.9" x 7.9" $80 + S/HUSS Hornet is a United States Navy aircraft carrier. Commissioned in November 1943, she played a major part in the Pacific battles of World War II, and also took part in Operation Magic Carpet, returning troops back to the U.S. Following World War II, she served in the Vietnam War, and also played a part in the Apollo Program, recovering the Apollo 11 and Apollo 12 astronauts as they returned from the moon. The Hornet was finally decommissioned in 1970. She was eventually designated as both a National Historic Landmark and a California Historical Landmark, and in 1998 she opened to the public as the USS Hornet Museum in Alameda, California.
Del Monte WarehouseOriginal watercolor on Arches coldpressFramed original | SOLDGiclee reproductions: $80 + S/HThis immense 235,000-square-foot building in Alameda, California was built in 1927 and was used as a warehouse to store salmon from Alaska. Until recently it still operated as a storage space for various beverage and consumer product brands. The historic building will soon be reborn as one of the largest mixed-use projects in the East Bay, with 380 housing units and 30,000 square feet of retail.
Admiral's HouseOriginal watercolor on Arches coldpressFramed original: SOLDGiclee reproduction: $80 + S/HThe 18 homes around the Admiral's House on the former US Naval Air Station in Alameda, California are known as the "Big Whites." They were built on sprawling lots before US involvement in WWII to house senior officers. Today they are rented out and their future is uncertain.
Park Street BridgeOriginal watercolor on Arches coldpressFramed original: 15.25" x 15.25" | SOLDGiclee reproduction: 7.9" x 7.9" $80 + S/HThis double-leaf bascule drawbridge spans the 372 feet of the Oakland Estuary. The bridge opened in 1935 with a grand opening celebration that included a public wedding of a man from Oakland and a woman from Alameda to symbolize the unity of the cities.
Eastlake CottageOriginal watercolor on Arches coldpress Framed original: 15.25" x 15.25" NFSGiclee reproductions: 7.9" x 7.9" $80
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