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"Cypress by          the Sea"

Limited Edition Giclee of 58

Imagine sitting in front of this mature cypress tree on a hot summer's day, a cool breeze washing over you as you stare into the sea. You can hear the faint rhythm of the ocean relaxing the stress away. Alameda, is where Scott felt the inspiration to paint this ancient sentinel. Like the impressionist masters before him, he fervently painted to capture the days waning light that waved it's final colors in the sky and reflecting onto this lone tree as a farewell until tomorrow. It is this oil painting that won the peoples choice Award in 2011 and was our choice at R&M to print for everyone to enjoy. 


´╗┐Print is 16" x 20" with a limited edition of 58, Signed and Number by Artist. 

Rag Paper....$185. Canvas.........$200.  Prices are Unframed.

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Opus 8

Scott Martin Limited Editions

California impressions Scott Martin is now offering  "OPUS 8"  in a limited Edition Glicee' .  Vivid  colors in a still life  composition brings excitement and continual interest to anyone's collections.  Printed on rag paper and measure 8" x 10" image and 12" x 16 " paper 5 artist proofs and 25 regular editions, all signed and number by artist.

$85 unframed.

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Scott Martin

Artist

It is my purpose as an artist to interpret reality, to simplify it, reorganize it and reinterpret it. I want my work to capture a moment in time, visually. To do this I focus on color and how it influences our perception of time and space, and how it can project mood.
Capturing the mood of a moment visually can only be accomplished by working "en plein air". One must witness first hand the fleeting light and changes that happen during the painting process. Experiencing the atmosphere of a location is the only way to translate the mood honestly.
I do not intend to reproduce the colors of nature, but rather to be influenced, guided and inspired by them.
I am drawn to the overall sense of  balance in nature, and to the contrasts and complements that act as exclamation points to enhance our experience.
I believe that a good painting should be a temporary escape into a personal visual reality. I would like for my landscapes to feel familiar, recognized as a place where you have been, or perhaps, a place where you would like to be.      


SCOTT MARTIN