It’s time for our annual all-gallery show celebrating the Northern California landscape, and we thought it fitting to honor our long and happy relationship with Terry Miura by featuring one of his paintings on the postcard and poster for Beloved California V: Twenty Painters with a Passion for Place.
Terry’s serene nocturne is titled “Moonlit Bay” (11″ x 14″, oil on canvas). The frame we made for it is a mitered stepped compound with carved chamfers, including one at the sight edge that’s gilded. The wood is quartersawn white oak with Dark Medieval Oak stain.
With a pandemic going on, it’s been difficult to get the FDA’s attention on this, but here at the studio we’re convinced that the curative powers of resting your eyes on this scene just once a day will eventually earn it recognition as a medical breakthrough. Available over-the-counter (but happy to prescribe it to you, if you prefer).
The show opens this Saturday, November 14 and will run through December 30. We are finishing up the framing and the webpage. Of course there will be no reception this year, sadly, due to the pandemic. But the gallery will be open with protocols in place and a limit of 4 visitors at a time. Appointments are encouraged.
Beloved California V: Twenty Painters with a Passion for Place will also be fully available online.
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