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I Can See For Miles!
New Paintings
Written by Jeremy Harper   
Tuesday, 20 May 2014 20:45

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I Can See For Miles!
photo by The Great William Dewey
canvas30x48
from the top of Camino Cielo

There's never anybody up there on the mountain high up in the sky. This was a little Oak Group gathering honoring Ray Strong, the grandfather of Santa Barbara landscape painting. We call it Ray Day because it takes place every year on Ray's birthday. Its always great to get up there into that incredible peace and quiet.

 
Path To Paradise
New Paintings
Written by Jeremy Harper   
Monday, 05 May 2014 19:29

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Path To Paradise
oil on canvas
24x48
$3000

I must say, that little place we call Montecito sure is a nice. This is one of those vantage points up near the QAD building that I go to every so often to paint "Cito"  from up high. That view never gets old.

 
Glory Days
New Paintings
Written by Jeremy Harper   
Wednesday, 12 March 2014 18:52

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Glory Days
oil on canvas
30x48
$2500

This is a very special place high above Rincon Point. I am blessed to know such paintable locations like this one.

 
The Secret Garden
New Paintings
Written by Jeremy Harper   
Saturday, 08 February 2014 21:11

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The Secret Garden
oil on canvas
36x48
NFS

  There are quite a few of these cherished gardens in and around Santa Barbara. Some are old and some are made to look old. Of course the aged and weather worn ones are the best. This is one of the true authentic mansions of the past with the rich history engrained in every pillar, fountain and 100 year old olive tree.

 
Dream Home
New Paintings
Written by Jeremy Harper   
Friday, 20 December 2013 19:02

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Dream Home
oil on canvas
30x40

  This one was a commission for a friend of mine that I went to elementary school with. She was selling her dream home in Summerland and moving into a more spacious area of the county. I've gotten used to painting the coastline on such a regular basis that painting this home was a great challenge. For all the angles to come together in a believable way took some serious concentration. The personal rewards on this one were rather satisfying.

 
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