While Mark Farina travels around northern California with paint and easel, his primary subject matter is the Monterey Bay area. An unmistakable expertise with color, composition and rendering evidence not only Mark’s experience and devotion to his art but his love of the land as well.
We proudly featured Mark’s work in our fall 2009 show, “A Heaven in the Eye: Seven Painters of the Northern California Landscape.”
2009. Oil on canvas, 16″ x 20″. Framed in No. 2.4 CV—4” in quartersawn white oak (Dark Weathered Oak) with pale gold slip. $2950.
Up On Outlook Drive
2009. Oil on canvas, 12″ x 16″. Framed in custom mitered 3″ quartersawn white oak with 23kt gilt slip. $1,945.
Catalina Island—Lifting Clouds
2016. Oil on panel, 11” x 14”. Framed in No. 2.1 — 2-1/2″ in quartersawn white oak (Black-Brown stain). $1,645.
Pt. Lobos Rocks and Surf
2012, Oil on canvas board, 9″ x 12″. Framed in No. 403 CV—2-1/4″ in walnut with clear finish. $1,200.
Carmel Dunes Cypress
2015, Oil on canvas board, 9″ x 12″. Framed in #320cv –2-1/2″ in walnut with a Nut Brown stain and an 18 kt gilt slip. $1,455.
2014, Oil on panel, 7″ x 13″. Framed in No. 17.2 CV—2-3/4” in quartersawn white oak (Medieval Oak stain). $1,165.
Point Pinos Surf
2014, Oil on canvas, 7″ x 13″. Framed in No. 17.2 CV—2-3/4” in quartersawn white oak (Medieval Oak stain). $1,165.
Near Point Lobos
2011. Oil on canvas, 11″ x 14″. Framed in a 3″ wide No. 147.1 in quartersawn white oak with a Medieval Oak stain. $1,620.
View South from Pt Lobos
2011. Oil on canvas, 6″ x 8”. Framed in No. 2.1 CV—2-1/4″ in quartersawn white oak (Dark Weathered Oak stain). $890.