Janis Anton, "The Singer", Watercolor on paper 22" x 30". From her new show, "Tangled Colors" Cafe 817, 817 Washington Street, Oakland. Show runs November 1- December 2nd. Reception November 11th, 1-3 pm. "The work cycles from naturalism to abstraction, but always looking at the landscape and those who wander in. I take license to shift between abstraction for emphasis and the sheer delight of allowing colors and imagery to mingle."
"Dying of the Light"- photo by Amanda Mitchell Amanda strives to creates intimate portraits of flowers "using selective focus lenses to reveal the hidden heart of each individual blossom." This image is for sale in the Artist's Marketplace.
Click his name to learn more abut Larry Hatfield and to contact him. Go to the Artist's Marketplace to purchase his work.
According to Phillip Duba from the Oakland History Facebook Page, this is a salvaged Sherman tank used for demolition of West Oakland homes to make way for the giant Post Office Facility on 7th St. Photos from the Oakland Tribune collection from the mid 60's.