Serena & Lily Alysanne McGaffey
  • Serena & Lily Alysanne McGaffey
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    Watercolor on paper, contemporary frame. 21" x 17" Northern California New. This late 20th century Linda Mar Beach, Pacifica CA watercolor on paper is entitled "Tides Goes Out" by Bay Area artist Alysanne McGaffey (1931- ). McGaffey was part of the Bay Area Figurative Movement of the late 1950s and early 60s while studying at the San Francisco Art Institute. She has had numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout her career and still holds offices in several art organizations including the Coastal Arts League and the Peninsula Chapter of WomenÕs Caucus for Art. She continues to paint watercolors of the Pacific seashore in her Pacifica studio. Framed in a contemporary solid-maple wood frame using antique white 8-ply archival matting behind conservation clear glass.
  • Serena & Lily Alysanne McGaffey
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    Watercolor on paper, contemporary frame. 25" x 21" Northern California New. This late 20th century Northern California watercolor on paper scene is by Bay Area artist Alysanne McGaffey (1931- ). McGaffey was part of the Bay Area Figurative Movement of the late 1950s and early 60s while studying at the San Francisco Art Institute. She has had numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout her career and still holds offices in several art organizations including the Coastal Arts League and the Peninsula Chapter of WomenÕs Caucus for Art. She continues to paint watercolors of the Pacific seashore in her Pacifica studio. Framed in a contemporary solid-maple wood frame with 8-ply white archival matting and conservation clear glass.
  • Serena & Lily Alysanne McGaffey
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    Watercolor on paper, contemporary frame. 21.5" x 17.5" Northern California New. This late 20th century watercolor seascape is entitled "Coastal Rocks, CA" by Bay Area artist Alysanne McGaffey (1931- ). McGaffey was part of the Bay Area Figurative Movement of the late 1950s and early 60s while studying at the San Francisco Art Institute. She has had numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout her career and still holds offices in several art organizations including the Coastal Arts League and the Peninsula Chapter of WomenÕs Caucus for Art. She continues to paint watercolors of the Pacific seashore in her Pacifica studio. Framed in a contemporary matte white wood frame using clear spacers and floating on white archival matting behind conservation clear glass.
  • Serena & Lily Alysanne McGaffey
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    Watercolor on paper, contemporary frame. 22.5" x 19" Northern California New. This late 20th century watercolor seascape is entitled "Rockaway Beach Cliff, Pacifica, CA" by Bay Area artist Alysanne McGaffey (1931- ). McGaffey was part of the Bay Area Figurative Movement of the late 1950s and early 60s while studying at the San Francisco Art Institute. She has had numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout her career and still holds offices in several art organizations including the Coastal Arts League and the Peninsula Chapter of WomenÕs Caucus for Art. She continues to paint watercolors of the Pacific seashore in her Pacifica studio. Framed in a contemporary solid-maple wood frame with light white finish using white 8-ply archival matting behind conservation clear glass.
  • Serena & Lily Alysanne McGaffey
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    Watercolor on paper, contemporary frame. 24.5" x 20.5" Northern California New. This late 20th century watercolor scene of Rockaway Beach in Pacifica, CA is by Bay Area artist Alysanne McGaffey (1931- ). McGaffey was part of the Bay Area Figurative Movement of the late 1950s and early 60s while studying at the San Francisco Art Institute. She has had numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout her career and still holds offices in several art organizations including the Coastal Arts League and the Peninsula Chapter of WomenÕs Caucus for Art. She continues to paint watercolors of the Pacific seashore in her Pacifica studio. Framed in a contemporary solid-maple wood frame using warm white archival matting and etched non-glare glass.
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  • Serena & Lily Alysanne McGaffey
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    Watercolor on paper, contemporary frame. 25" x 21" Sonoma, California New. Entitled "Sonoma County, CA" this late 20th century watercolor abstracted seascape on paper is signed by Bay Area artist Alysanne McGaffey (1931- ). McGaffey was part of the Bay Area Figurative Movement of the late 1950s and early 60s while studying at the San Francisco Art Institute. She has had numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout her career and still holds offices in several art organizations including the Coastal Arts League and the Peninsula Chapter of Women?s Caucus for Art. She continues to paint watercolors of the Pacific seashore in her Pacifica studio. Framed in a contemporary wood frame with a matte charcoal finish using 8-ply museum-style archival matting and conservation glass.
  • Serena & Lily Stephanie Sherman
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    Photographic print mounted and framed in natural wood. 20.75" x 16.75" California New. Raised among the rolling hills and sprawling fields of Kansas, Stephanie Sherman found herself wandering the world around her at an early age. Digging her hands into acrylic paint, watercolor, pottery and photography; Stephanie’s passion for art has only grown with age. "Photography is all about capturing that split-second moment. I think photographers are masters of time because we can freeze it in one frame” she says. Recently awarded Honorable Mention at San Diego’s juried International Photo Competition at their County Fair, she’s decided to turn a passionate hobby into a full-time career and she is capturing the Pacific shoreline near her home in Oceanside, California.
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    Watercolor on paper, contemporary frame. 19" x 16" Marin, California New. Entitled "Tomales Bay, Marin County, CA" this late 20th century watercolor abstracted seascape on paper is signed by Bay Area artist Alysanne McGaffey (1931- ). McGaffey was part of the Bay Area Figurative Movement of the late 1950s and early 60s while studying at the San Francisco Art Institute. She has had numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout her career and still holds offices in several art organizations including the Coastal Arts League and the Peninsula Chapter of Women?s Caucus for Art. She continues to paint watercolors of the Pacific seashore in her Pacifica studio. Framed in a solid maple contemporary wood frame with a grey wash using spacers, white linen matting and conservation glass.
  • Serena & Lily Stephanie Sherman
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    Photographic print mounted and framed in natural wood. 30.75" x 15.75" California New. Raised among the rolling hills and sprawling fields of Kansas, Stephanie Sherman found herself wandering the world around her at an early age. Digging her hands into acrylic paint, watercolor, pottery and photography; Stephanie’s passion for art has only grown with age. "Photography is all about capturing that split-second moment. I think photographers are masters of time because we can freeze it in one frame” she says. Recently awarded Honorable Mention at San Diego’s juried International Photo Competition at their County Fair, she’s decided to turn a passionate hobby into a full-time career and she is capturing the Pacific shoreline near her home in Oceanside, California.
  • Serena & Lily Alysanne McGaffey
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    Distemper and ink on paper, restored contemporary frame. 25" x 28" Northern California Vintage. This 1950-60s distemper and ink on paper scene is signed by Bay Area artist Alysanne McGaffey (1931- ). McGaffey was part of the Bay Area Figurative Movement of the late 1950s and early 60s while studying at the San Francisco Art Institute. She has had numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout her career and still holds offices in several art organizations including the Coastal Arts League and the Peninsula Chapter of Women?s Caucus for Art. She continues to paint watercolors of the Pacific seashore in her Pacifica studio. Framed in a restored contemporary wood frame with a matte dark gray finish using archival matting and etched non-glare glass.
  • Serena & Lily Stephanie Sherman
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    Photographic print mounted, newly framed in wood. 20.75" x 16.75" California New. Raised among the rolling hills and sprawling fields of Kansas, Stephanie Sherman found herself wandering the world around her at an early age. Digging her hands into acrylic paint, watercolor, pottery and photography; Stephanie’s passion for art has only grown with age. "Photography is all about capturing that split-second moment. I think photographers are masters of time because we can freeze it in one frame” she says. Recently awarded Honorable Mention at San Diego’s juried International Photo Competition at their County Fair, she’s decided to turn a passionate hobby into a full-time career and she is capturing the Pacific shoreline near her home in Oceanside, California.
  • Serena & Lily Alysanne McGaffey
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    Watercolor on paper, framed. 24" x 18" Northern California New. This late 20th watercolor of Sonoma Beach, CA is by Bay Area artist Alysanne McGaffey (1931- ). McGaffey was part of the Bay Area Figurative Movement of the late 1950s and early 60s while studying at the San Francisco Art Institute. She has had numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout her career and still holds offices in several art organizations including the Coastal Arts League and the Peninsula Chapter of WomenÕs Caucus for Art. She continues to paint watercolors of the Pacific seashore in her Pacifica studio. Framed in a restored vintage wood frame with a dark brown finish using white 8-ply archival matting and etched non-glare glass.
  • Serena & Lily Stephanie Sherman
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    Photographic print mounted and framed in natural wood. 20.75" x 16.75" California New. Raised among the rolling hills and sprawling fields of Kansas, Stephanie Sherman found herself wandering the world around her at an early age. Digging her hands into acrylic paint, watercolor, pottery and photography; Stephanie’s passion for art has only grown with age. "Photography is all about capturing that split-second moment. I think photographers are masters of time because we can freeze it in one frame” she says. Recently awarded Honorable Mention at San Diego’s juried International Photo Competition at their County Fair, she’s decided to turn a passionate hobby into a full-time career and she is capturing the Pacific shoreline near her home in Oceanside, California.
  • Serena & Lily Alysanne McGaffey
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    Watercolor on paper, contemporary frame. 11.5" x 15.5" Northern California New. This 1994 watercolor eagle on paper is signed by Bay Area artist Alysanne McGaffey (1931- ). McGaffey was part of the Bay Area Figurative Movement of the late 1950s and early 60s while studying at the San Francisco Art Institute. She has had numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout her career and still holds offices in several art organizations including the Coastal Arts League and the Peninsula Chapter of Women?s Caucus for Art. She continues to paint watercolors of the Pacific seashore in her Pacifica studio. Framed in a contemporary maple frame using linen matting and etched non-glare glass.
  • Serena & Lily Stephanie Sherman
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    Photographic print mounted and framed in natural wood. 16.75" x 20.75" California New. Raised among the rolling hills and sprawling fields of Kansas, Stephanie Sherman found herself wandering the world around her at an early age. Digging her hands into acrylic paint, watercolor, pottery and photography; Stephanie’s passion for art has only grown with age. "Photography is all about capturing that split-second moment. I think photographers are masters of time because we can freeze it in one frame” she says. Recently awarded Honorable Mention at San Diego’s juried International Photo Competition at their County Fair, she’s decided to turn a passionate hobby into a full-time career and she is capturing the Pacific shoreline near her home in Oceanside, California.
  • Serena & Lily Gaetan Caron
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    Archival Print on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Pearl paper in a contemporary frame. 22" x 26" Mendocino, CA New. Entitled ñCup of Gold (Pavot de Californie)î this 2013 Mendocino, CA abstract photograph of a California Poppy is by contemporary Mendocino/Bay Area artist, Gaetan Caron (b. 1964), co-founder of Lost Art Salon in San Francisco. Part of the fine art photography documentation of the artistÍs homestead in Mendocino, Northern California. Produced in a limited edition of seven and printed on archival Hahnemuhle Fine Art Pearl paper. Framed in a contemporary thin white wood frame using white 8-ply archival matting and conservation clear glass.Abstract|Figurative
  • Serena & Lily Stephanie Sherman
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    Photographic print mounted and framed in natural wood. 16.75" x 20.75" California New. Raised among the rolling hills and sprawling fields of Kansas, Stephanie Sherman found herself wandering the world around her at an early age. Digging her hands into acrylic paint, watercolor, pottery and photography; Stephanie’s passion for art has only grown with age. "Photography is all about capturing that split-second moment. I think photographers are masters of time because we can freeze it in one frame” she says. Recently awarded Honorable Mention at San Diego’s juried International Photo Competition at their County Fair, she’s decided to turn a passionate hobby into a full-time career and she is capturing the Pacific shoreline near her home in Oceanside, California.
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  • Serena & Lily Gaetan Caron
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    Archival Print on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Pearl paper in a contemporary frame. 23" x 30.5" Mendocino, CA New. Entitled ñEmerald Beauty (Plums)î this 2013 Mendocino, CA still life photograph of a group of plums on dried grass is by contemporary Mendocino/Bay Area artist, Gaetan Caron (b. 1964), co-founder of Lost Art Salon in San Francisco. Part of the fine art photography documentation of the artistÍs homestead in Mendocino, Northern California. Produced in a limited edition of seven and printed on archival Hahnemuhle Fine Art Pearl paper. Framed in a contemporary unfinished solid-maple wood frame using white 8-ply archival matting and conservation clear glass.Abstract|Figurative
  • Serena & Lily Stephanie Sherman
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    Photographic print mounted and framed in natural wood. 20.75" x 16.75" California New. Raised among the rolling hills and sprawling fields of Kansas, Stephanie Sherman found herself wandering the world around her at an early age. Digging her hands into acrylic paint, watercolor, pottery and photography; Stephanie’s passion for art has only grown with age. "Photography is all about capturing that split-second moment. I think photographers are masters of time because we can freeze it in one frame” she says. Recently awarded Honorable Mention at San Diego’s juried International Photo Competition at their County Fair, she’s decided to turn a passionate hobby into a full-time career and she is capturing the Pacific shoreline near her home in Oceanside, California.
  • Serena & Lily Gaetan Caron
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    Archival Print on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Pearl paper in a contemporary frame. 23.5" x 28" Mendocino, CA New. Entitled ñSafekeeping (En lieu sur)î this 2013 Mendocino, CA abstract photograph with grape leave shadows on garden door is by contemporary Mendocino/Bay Area artist, Gaetan Caron (b. 1964), co-founder of Lost Art Salon in San Francisco. Part of the fine art photography documentation of the artistÍs homestead in Mendocino, Northern California. Shadows of grape vines on garden door. Produced in a limited edition of seven and printed on archival Hahnemuhle Fine Art Pearl paper. Framed in a contemporary warm charcoal colored wood frame using white 8-ply archival matting and conservation clear glass.Abstract|Figurative
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  • Serena & Lily Karen Smidth
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    Limited Edition of 100, archival hand-deckled print, signed and numbered by the artist. 25" x 19" Berkeley, California New. We were thrilled when one of our favorite local artists, Karen Smidth, agreed to create a series of beautiful gouache paintings for us to have reproduced as limited edition prints exclusive to Serena & Lily. Originally from Denmark, where she spent the first 25 years of her life, Karen Smidth now lives and works in Berkeley. Describing her own work as "expressionism with small hints of abstraction", she draws on her observations, memory and imagination to create her gorgeous landscapes.
  • Serena & Lily Gaetan Caron
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    Archival Print on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Pearl paper in a contemporary frame. 21.5" x 24" Mendocino, CA New. Entitled ñLike Two Peas in a Pod (Ce n'est pas la fleur des pois)î this 2013 Mendocino, CA abstracted photograph with pea flowers is by contemporary Mendocino/Bay Area artist, Gaetan Caron (b. 1964), co-founder of Lost Art Salon in San Francisco. Part of the fine art photography documentation of the artistÍs homestead in Mendocino, Northern California. Produced in a limited edition of seven and printed on archival Hahnemuhle Fine Art Pearl paper. Framed in a contemporary thin white wood frame using white 8-ply archival matting and conservation clear glass.Abstract|Figurative
  • Serena & Lily Karen Smidth
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    Limited Edition of 100, archival hand-deckled print, signed and numbered by the artist. 20" x 17" Berkeley, California New. We were thrilled when one of our favorite local artists, Karen Smidth, agreed to create a series of beautiful gouache paintings for us to have reproduced as limited edition prints exclusive to Serena & Lily. Originally from Denmark, where she spent the first 25 years of her life, Karen Smidth now lives and works in Berkeley. Describing her own work as "expressionism with small hints of abstraction", she draws on her observations, memory and imagination to create her gorgeous landscapes.
  • Serena & Lily Gaetan Caron
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    Archival Print on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Pearl paper in a contemporary frame. 24" x 21" Mendocino, CA New. Entitled ñBlue Damson Plumsî this 2010 Mendocino, CA still life photograph is by contemporary Mendocino/Bay Area artist, Gaetan Caron (b. 1964), co-founder of Lost Art Salon in San Francisco. Part of the fine art photography documentation of the artistÍs homestead in Mendocino, Northern California. Produced in a limited edition of seven and printed on archival Hahnemuhle Fine Art Pearl paper. Framed in a contemporary solid-maple wood frame using white 8-ply archival matting and conservation clear glass.Figurative
  • Serena & Lily Karen Smidth
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    Limited Edition of 100, archival hand-deckled print, signed and numbered by the artist. 20" x 17" Berkeley, California New. We were thrilled when one of our favorite local artists, Karen Smidth, agreed to create a series of beautiful gouache paintings for us to have reproduced as limited edition prints exclusive to Serena & Lily. Originally from Denmark, where she spent the first 25 years of her life, Karen Smidth now lives and works in Berkeley. Describing her own work as "expressionism with small hints of abstraction", she draws on her observations, memory and imagination to create her gorgeous landscapes.
  • Serena & Lily Gaetan Caron
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    Archival Print on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Pearl paper in a contemporary frame. 18" x 21" Mendocino, CA New. Entitled ñGrass Wild Flowerî this 2011 Mendocino, CA photograph of a California Wild Carnation is by contemporary Mendocino/Bay Area artist, Gaetan Caron (b. 1964), co-founder of Lost Art Salon in San Francisco. Part of the fine art photography documentation of the artistÍs homestead in Mendocino, Northern California. Produced in a limited edition of seven and printed on archival Hahnemuhle Fine Art Pearl paper. Framed in a contemporary thin white wood frame using white 8-ply archival matting and conservation clear glass.Figurative|Landscape
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