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by John McCormick
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Our spiral notebooks are 6" x 8" in size and include 120 pages which are lined on both sides. The artwork is printed on the front cover which is made of thick paper stock, and the back cover is medium gray in color. The inside of the back cover includes a pocket for storing extra paper and pens.
I saw this tall sailboat out past the Golden Gate many times just before the sun goes down. The fog hangs out past the Golden Gate during the day and... more
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I saw this tall sailboat out past the Golden Gate many times just before the sun goes down. The fog hangs out past the Golden Gate during the day and rushes in as the sun goes down. The scene is back lit and the last ray of light causes a bright glare on the ocean before disappearing behind the fog.
** Southwest Art Magazine invites John to publish works in annual Collectors Issue under " Ones to Collect " October 2022 ** AMERICAN IMPRESSIONISTS SOCIETY qualifies John McCormick as a SIGNATURE ARTIST in January 2011 HAYWIAN MAGAZINE awards John McCormick 3rd prize for Summer Issue 2019 ( one third page add ) John McCormick Published in an art book titled ARCHITECTURE IN ART by Shan Peck . September 21, 2021. EXHIBITS of NOTE MONTSERRAT COLLEGE of ART, ARTRAGEOUS 37, Manchester by the Sea, Brookwood School, June 3, 2023 MONTSERRAT COLLEGE of ART, ARTRAGEOUR 36, Manchester by the Sea, Brookwood School, June 17, 2022 NATIONAL OIL AND ACRYLICS SOCIETY - Associate Artist National Online Show - July 2021 MONTSERRAT...
Thanks again Viva .
John! SO painterly, fascinating your recall of 'an instant' in time, and wonderfully created artmaking in response. Highest compliments: this is so fascinating: your brushwork, especially; and the 'foggy' palette. One of your best, imho., f.v........VIVA