SOLD Albany Bulb #1 Original

$1,000.00

This striking oil painting depicts the unique landscape of Albany Bulb in the Bay Area. The scene is painted on a high-quality linen canvas, giving the piece a luxurious and textured appearance. The focal point of the painting is a lone figure, sitting amidst the broken walls and graffiti of the Bulb, as he gazes across the bay towards the city of San Francisco. The artist has expertly captured the beauty of the area, including the vibrant colors of the graffiti, the rugged texture of the walls, and the tranquil waters of the bay. The composition of the piece is both dynamic and peaceful, making it a must-have for art lovers and those who appreciate the Bay Area’s unique landscape.

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Description

This striking oil painting depicts the unique landscape of Albany Bulb in the Bay Area. The scene is painted on a high-quality linen canvas, giving the piece a luxurious and textured appearance. The focal point of the painting is a lone figure, sitting amidst the broken walls and graffiti of the Bulb, as he gazes across the bay towards the city of San Francisco. The artist has expertly captured the beauty of the area, including the vibrant colors of the graffiti, the rugged texture of the walls, and the tranquil waters of the bay. The composition of the piece is both dynamic and peaceful, making it a must-have for art lovers and those who appreciate the Bay Area’s unique landscape.

• 24″ H x 25.5″ W x 1″ D
• Oil on Canvas
• Handcrafted Canvas
• Archival Quality
• Hanging hardware included

Why buy an original when I can just buy the print?
A one-of-a-kind artwork will make your space your own. How often have you noticed the same Ikea artwork in several friends’ living rooms? Even if the artwork isn’t by a well-known artist, the originality of the piece evokes more of a sense of wealth and personality into your living space.

Investment
The great thing about buying artwork is that it can often appreciate in value. Unlike furniture or Pottery Barn statement pieces, artwork typically does not lose its value for having been pre-owned. Instead, if you invest smart, your artwork may be worth more after years hanging in your living room than it was worth when you first bought it.