Friday, November 11, 2011

San Francisco Summer

Next May marks the 75th anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge. I love painting it from the Sausalito side and looking up from underneath at Fort Baker. Summer in San Francisco has a lot of fog which rolls in off the Pacific Ocean and eventually occludes the Golden Gate. It is pretty much a daily occurrence. The bridge and city are scoured and cleansed so that it can sparkle. There is a small light house under the bridge which I put in this painting. While the breaking fog covers the bridge and city, the east side of the bay including Sausalito, Tiburon, etc are spared until the very end.


Anonymous said...

I have lived in SF and Sausalito, I also MA near Cape Code in Rocky Nook. This is a lovely painting with rich colors of the bridge area. Beautiful setting near the lighthouse ;)

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Senami said...

Hey, I was in SF just a month ago, and this is an amazing painting that reminds me of the great time I had there. Keep it up.