Early paintings

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Roxie Cinema, 22 in x 30 in.      I painted this 16th Street scene in 1983. For Christmas that year, I gave the framed painting to Robert Evans, co-founder of the Roxie, and filmaker Curt McDowell, his husband. The Roxie had postcards printed of this painting, and you could buy one for $1 at the candy counter. The painting hung in the lobby of the Roxie for many years. It was thought to have been lost when the theater changed hands. However, I recently discovered that it was rescued at that time by Bill Banning, co-owner of the Roxie from 1976-2010. I am pleased to say it found a good home.

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🌹 Painted when Circus Vargas was in town in the ’80s. Collection of Stefani D.
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Castro Street looking north
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🌹 Japanese Tea Garden. Collection of Linda Z.
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Taraval Steet Tunnel
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Geronimo Valley Ranch
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Jesse on the backyard fence
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Judah Street Tunnel Cole Valley Park
Penngrove Crossing 1996
🌹 Penngrove Crossing 1996. Collection of Elizabeth D.
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🌹 Poppies and Checkerbloom. Collection of D.
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Looking from Goat Hill over Noe Valley
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Balboa Island Under the Piers
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San Clemente State Beach
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The Golden Gate
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San Francisco Neigbborhood
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30th Street view from Zircon
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Youth on Strawberry Hill
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Windy Day Huntington Beach Houses
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Matilija Poppies
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House in Indio
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Sacramento River Delta
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Dinosaurs on Highway 10

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