Thinking of taking a vacation? Look no further than Laguna Beach, California! Miles of gorgeous southern California coastline with an endless horizon, Laguna has it all. Beaches, art and the southern California life style make Laguna Beach a perfect place for anyone who is planning a vacation.
This painting, created by Vincent Farrell in 1982, was taken from the vantage point of Hiesler Park in Laguna looking south, toward Main Beach Laguna. For more information about beaches and places that locals from Laguna love, check out the Laguna Beach Visitor’s Bureau .
The city of Laguna Beach lists a vast amount of information, as well as, recreational activities, places to park and other helpful information. For tickets to the acclaimed Laguna Beach Festival of the Arts and tickets to all other festivals check out, the Laguna Beach Passport which is the art festival passport and allows multiple entry into all three of Laguna Beach’s art festivals.
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Yellow China mum flowers & white gladioli flowers with fruit are the subject matter of this high contrast and colorful still life created by artist Vincent Farrell. This painting’s dimensions are 30″ x 40″. Painted in approximately 1972 or 1973 and in excellent condition, this gorgeous painting is available for purchase for the very first time and is offered exclusively here on our blog, for inquiries please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our series of limited edition, signed and number serigraphs by the artist Vincent Farrell are available for purchase. These serigraphs were created and published exclusively by Vincent Farrell. They are large in size and contain as many as 75 silk screens which create these fine art process prints. Vincent was very involved in the print making process and mixed all the pigment colors as well as creating all the silk screens in order to maintain the print quality. These serigraphs would make a dramatic and colorful focal point for any room. For purchase inquiries please contact us at email@example.com
WE ♡ BOSTON!!! What a sad day when we have to make a tribute of this kind however, our thoughts and prayers are for everyone in Boston but especially for those who are suffering from death and injury due to this horrible bombing. The evil shall never prosper and we hope the perpetrators of this horrendous crime will be brought to justice by the long arm of the law. God’s speed to resolve this blood thirsty crime.
HOUSTON (HOT 95-7) – Within seconds of the first bomb exploding onto the innocent bystanders, runners and volunteers at the Boston Marathon on Monday, people dashed to helped the wounded. And our country as a whole has mourned for those affected by this awful attack.
Americans everywhere have emerged to show support for a great city assaulted by the twin bombs and the tragedies associated with terrorism.
Boston strong. American proud.
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Fueled by anger and grief following Monday’s bombings in Boston, PK – one of the morning jocks for HOT 95-7 in Houston – has used his filmmaking talents to create this very…
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The website http://1stdibs.com has created an introspective about the event written by Anthony Brazilay Freund with an informative outlined of show details and a slide show of dealers show casing their art objects in his article, “The Annual Opening Night Premiere for the Los Angeles Modernism Show & Sale”. Opening night attracts stars such as Courtney Cox, Julie Bowen, producers Bill and Maria Bell as well as designers Martin Lawrence Bullard and Jeffrey Allen Marks. Click on Anthony Brazilay Freund’s in-depth article for the event.
This painting was the first significant painting Vincent Farrell sold and the beginning of a 50 year art career. The painting was of red Canon lilies with a shovel against a wooden fence, the subject matter was taken from our garden at home and became the cover for his first professional brochure. The purchaser of the painting was a man from Dallas, Texas. The following post shows a then current biography and photograph of Vincent Farrell in 1966.