Sergio Lopez - North SF Bay Area Fine Artist

Upcoming Shows and Events

•Smash Gallery: November 21st, 2015. Group Show. San Francisco, CA.

•Abend Gallery: December 4th, 2015. Miniatures Show. Denver, CO.

•Spoke Art: January 9th, 2016. Supersonic Invitational Show. San Francisco, CA.

•Modern Eden Gallery: September 17th, 2016. Beautiful Bizzare Invitational Show. San Francisco, CA.

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Art Show - Christopher Queen Gallery: "The Frugal Collector"

Christopher Queen Galleries

The Frugal Collector

A Collection of Recent Contemporary Paintings Under $2000

Champagne Reception
Sunday, March 7th, 2010
1 PM to 3 PM

Music by Jerry Thompson
Show Ends April 25th

Ray Carpenter
Sergio Lopez
Jack Cassinetto
Terry Miura
Thomas Creed
Tom Rissacher
Christine Crozier
Rodolfo Rivademar
Allen Figone
Dave Sellers
Ronald Goldfinger
Bart Walker
Paul Kratter
Wanda Westberg
& F. Michael Wood

Christopher Queen Galleries
P.O. Box 28 - #4 John Orr's Gardens
Duncan Mills, CA 95430 (707) 865-1318

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Paints and Studios

From the Sebastopol Monday Afternoon painting session:

"Amethyst Air"

I started this one on location but I forgot my water! So I drybrushed it until I got back home and finished it from the reference.

"Sunbreak on the Undulation"

Done completely from life

"Petaluma's Pulse"

Done from ref at my friend MJ's studio

Thursday, February 04, 2010

Kaleidoscope! (+ Figure Drawings)

First show of 2010! Downtown Santa Rosa... This is the new piece I did for the show, I jammed on it. All in all, took me about 20 hours, about 3 days worth of work. Amy's so happy to have herself in a piece being shown for the first time!

Flyer for the show:


As an added bonus, new figure drawings from the Wednesday Night Sebastopol Figure Drawing Sessions....

Monday, February 01, 2010

Gouachey Gouache

These plein air paintings were done at St. Vincent's Church in San Rafael. Our Meetup group got together to paint as we do every month. This first one I did in about an hour and a half, which I thought I'd spent a lot less time on it. The second one I did in about 45 minutes.

I went with a different approach on this piece. I've found that it's really hard to start with a more muted palette and end on a bright note. I instead started with my brightest primary color and mixed to a more natural tone.

My gouache painting from today's Monday afternoon session in Sebastopol. I'm not terribly excited about the way I paint figures in gouache *rummages for my Steve Huston gouache sketchbook archive*

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