Monday, April 26, 2010

Tiburon - Opening Day on the Bay

This passed weekend was the "Opening Day of the Bay" and I decided to sneak outside for an afternoon paintout in the town of Tiburon. Not only did it have a great view of downtown San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge, but a close up to a parade of boats! Sunday marked the official opening to the San Francisco boating season. The event was hosted by (PICY) the Pacific Inter-Club Yacht Association and featured over 120 historic workboats, fireboats, towboats, and sailboats.


bog_art said...

I loved san Francisco!.. it is great you have the chance to do plain drawings in this area!.. great artwork!

Cameron Chun said...

Hey Gerald, what a great day to be be out with your paints on the bay. Sorry I missed ya.

Viv said...

Very nice, Gerald!

Art Fan Ako said...

You're so talented. Excellent work!


Love this tiny painting Gerald! I also enjoy seeing your postings of paintings that encompass the original scene from your easel viewpoint.

Gerald de Dios said...

bog_art - It's nice to see SF from different parts of the Bay Area. This was from the North Bay....visit next time :)

Cameron - No worries, we've got some great spots lined up this summer...stay tuned.

Viv - Thanks Viv, your comic strip really make my day.

ArtFanAko - Good to hear from ya! Thank you so much.

Susan - Many thanks Susan! Your pastel work inspires me everytime :)

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