Marin county is located just north of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge.
Amongst many of its features and art related sources, it includes
the Marin County Civic Center, which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. It draws
many thousands of annual visitors, to guided tours of its arch and atrium
The natural inland and coastal landscapes provide the canvas for many of this
Many of California's premier annual Art Festivals and Events are based out of
this Northern California location.
The Art media represented include the
3-Dimensonial, Abstract Paintings, Acrylics, Animal Portraits, African
Art, Aqualine Figure Scroll Paintings, Bronze Sculpture, Ceramics Glazed, Clay,
Contemporary, Copper, Encaustics, Fabric Design, Fantasy Art, Fashion Design,
Fiber, Figure Paintings, Figurative Paintings, Fine glass, Folk Art, Functional
Art Wood Furniture, Giclee Print and Processing, Gourds, Handmade Paper Collage,
Handmade Silver Jewelry, Handmade Quilts, Humorous Funny Whimsical,
Illustration, Impressionism, Indian, Interior Art and Design.
Japanese traditional landscape still life, Landscape, Marine, Mixed Media, Mobil
Sculptures, Murals, Mystical, Native American, Neo Impressionism, Oceanscapes,
Oils, Open Air Colorist, Pastel Landscape, Pen and Pencil Drawings Sketches,
Photographic Prints, Photography, Plein Air, Pointillism, Portraits, Prints and
Romantic Realism, Russian Impressionist Traditional, Sculptured Marble and
Stone, Seascapes, Shona Stone Art Sculptures, Stained Glass, Stainless Steel and
Bronze Sculpture, Still Life's, Surreal, Tribal, Traditionalist, Watercolor,
Wall, Wilderness and Nature Photographer, Wood Sculptures