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Serene Goleta
New Paintings
Written by Jeremy Harper   
Friday, 06 July 2012 16:03


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Mountain Heat
New Paintings
Written by Jeremy Harper   
Wednesday, 20 June 2012 19:41

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Mountain Heat
8x10
oil on canvas
$375

One hot afternoon up Gibralter road I found myself extremely distracted. Engulfed in a mini tornado of screaming deer gnats I laid down the paint in a hurry on two small canvases. This first one turned out better in my opinion. The thirsty little flies became overwhelming in numbers and by the second attempt I had to flee the scene.

 
The New Goldmine
New Paintings
Written by Jeremy Harper   
Thursday, 07 June 2012 18:03

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The New Goldmine
16x20
oil on canvas

It was my 7th trip to West Marin and I was at a loss as far as knowing where to paint.  Feeling that I exhausted my resources I needed a new angle from my favorite views of past years. During the MALT show I got a tip from a fellow painter and two days in a row I ventured up the private dirt road and over the hill to some vistas that blew me away. "Now this is a goldmine" I thought with a smile on my face. There were 360 degree views with about ten obvious paintings in sight that needed to be made. The greatest thing about it was its extreme proximity to the little town of Nicasio where the annual art show takes place.

 
Up Gaviota Way
New Paintings
Written by Jeremy Harper   
Thursday, 24 May 2012 16:20

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Up Gaviota Way
oil on canvas
10x30

There was a series of mustard paintings this spring that just had to be made. It blankets the foothills in areas so extremely thick and yellow at this time of the year. I can't pass it up. It feels like two or three months have past and it is still blooming above Rincon point where I painted last week. This one is in a current show at the new art museum at Westmont College. 

 
Seasonal Shift
New Paintings
Written by Jeremy Harper   
Tuesday, 08 May 2012 15:25

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Seasonal Shift
24x48
oil on canvas

Here is one of the six I will display in West Marin for this year's MALT show to benefit the farmlands of the area. There was a nice of mix grasses new and old. The wispy clouds slowly swirled above making for an interesting sky. I'm looking forward to getting back up there on the 19th for the show and the very paintable scenery.

 
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