Marin County painter Christin Coy is well-known and a favorite in the Northern California plein air scene. Christin’s oil paintings of the Marin County hills, coastal regions, and Sonoma County vineyards, reflect her strong connection with the land, responding to the unique mood and beauty of each setting. It has been said that Christin’s work evokes the deep, rich sounds of the cello. In the words of Jean Stern of the Irvine Museum, “Christin Coy’s works are soft and gentle views of California at its most spiritual moments. She treats the landscape with genuine tenderness, seeking always the most poetic times of day. Her light is subdued but heartfelt, and her colors form a deep harmony that precisely captures the soul of the land. The result is a splendid amalgam of light, tone and poetry.”
Afternoon Glow, Poncia Ranch
Oil on panel, 2016, 12″ x 9″. Framed in a No. 348, 3″ wide quartersawn white oak frame with a Weathered stain. $1,360.
Summer Evening, Ring Mountain
Oil on panel, 2016, 10″ x 8″. Framed in a No. 308.1 “Michigan” 2-1/2″ wide profile width, in quartersawn white oak with a Medieval stain. $1,260.
Autumn Moon Rise
2010. Oil on board, 8″ x 8″. Framed in No. 1 CV—2-1/2″ walnut (Saturated Medieval stain). $995.
Afternoon Fog, Marin Wetlands
2013. Oil on canvas, 18” x 18”. Framed in compound No. 480-2″ + S308 quartersawn white oak (Medieval) with 18kt gold liner. $3,975.
West Marin Hills
2012. Oil on canvas, 10” x 10”. Framed in No. 308.1 “Michigan”—2-5/8″, in quartersawn white oak (Oxford Oak stain). $1,295.
Stand of Eucalyptus—Pacheco Pond
2012. Oil on canvas, 6” x 6”. Framed in No. 408 BC—1-3/4″ in quartersawn white oak (Van Dyke). $790.