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.”
Roscoe and Friends
2009. Oil on panel, 18″ x 24.” Framed in No. 1—3 1/2” with flush dowels, Quartersawn white oak (Medieval). $4,400.
2018. Oil on panel, 12″ x 16.” Framed in a compound Aurora No. 1100 CV + Cap 16 CV—3-1/2.” Quartersawn white oak (Dark Medieval) with a 23k gilt slip. $2,350.
Glen Ellen Vineyard, Sonoma
2017. Oil on panel, 9″ x 12.” Framed in a No. 320 CV—2-1/4” scoop with back-beveled back edge, in quartersawn white oak (Dark Weathered stain), and a gilt slip. $1,500.
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.
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.