We’re looking forward to the opening next Saturday of our exhibit, “Robert Tetlow (1922-1988): A Berkeley Watercolorist Rediscovered and Remembered.” Tetlow taught Landscape Architecture at the UC Berkeley Schools of Environmental Design, and is also known for designing the Strybing Botanical Garden in Golden Gate Park. A teacher of rendering at Berkeley, he accomplished much as a watercolorist, exhibiting in numerous shows during his lifetime. We’re quite proud to show these excellent examples of Tetlow’s work.
Below are three we framed. Most of the works will be shown in mats only, with prices ranging from $600 to $800. View the exhibit’s page…
The Saturday, June 1 opening is from 4 to 6. Prior to the event, Tim will give a talk, “A Frame-Maker’s Approach to Framing Watercolors.” We hope you’ll come!
Loading Fir Logs, 1974, 14 1/2″ x 21 1/2.” $1,250.« Back to Blog