Boxed Blank Cards
A dramatic pictorial tribute to leaders who have made a lasting impact on the struggle for human rights. The original 58" x37” acrylic painting depicts faces of newsmakers of recent decades. Figures shown in the painting are named on the back.
Inspired by his background study in Quattrocento Italian art and religion plus his experience serving with the US Army in Germany, the artist set up his easel on the streets of Florence, Milan and Munich
The name of this series comes from the Arts and Business Learning Experiences (ABLE) founded by Royce H. Vaughn in the 1960s. The message, 'Lord, We Are ABLE,' was our Christmas card that year. Photos on the vintage cards are the work of students and staff from the program which prepared underachieving young people for jobs in the arts. Proceeds from sale of the cards will be donated to The Salvation Army.
Dramatic black and white cards of San Francisco, by day and night, taken by photographer Royce H. Vaughn, Dennis Barloga and Lance Kuan. Proceeds from sale of these cards will be donated to The Salvation Army.
The hills of San Francisco make it possible for a painter to set up his easel on one hill and paint churches in relationship to their neighborhoods.
These were the first cards offered by the Collectors’ Series. They began as paintings done during spring and summer and encourage San Franciscans to get out of town for the day and enjoy the scenery along the way to the Gold Country. Cards include driving instructions to the sites.
From the spectacular Rainbow Bridge in Big Sur through country roads to the Gold Country where John Marshall first found gold at Sutter’s Mill, the hard edge construction of iron and steel are a counterpoint to lush natural surroundings.
From jazz concerts in the sunshine to running in Golden Gate Park before the fog burns off, Californians make the most of leisure hours.
Dense fog and fierce prevailing winds engulf the isolated site of Point Bonita Lighthouse. On a good day, bright sunshine lights the Pacific Grove Golf Course surrounding Point Piňos. Point Sur is the site of the fall of the USS Macon.
Distinctive watercolors of California landscapes, well known and off-the-beaten track. Starting with the Golden Gate and San Francisco Bay Bridges, this series also reaches out into California’s countryside. From the known to the unexpected, these are cards for people who love California’s landmarks and also seek out roads less traveled by.