Watercolor landscapes by Gregory Sumida
Gregory Sumida, "Padlocked," 1972, watercolor, 16 1/2 x 25 1/2 in.

Gregory Sumida: Americana Watercolors
Through May 31, 2018
Heather James Gallery

From the gallery:

Gregory Sumida is a painter and draftsman highly skilled in different media who, over a 50-year career, has explored a wide variety of subjects from landscapes and scenes of rural America to depictions of the Old West and portraits. “Gregory Sumida: Americana Watercolors” consists of watercolors Sumida made in the early 1970s of rural scenes mostly in the countryside around his hometown of Stockton, California. Following in the tradition of Andrew Wyeth, an artist Sumida greatly admires, he captured through his own interpretive lens a slice of Americana given, by his intensity of detail and superb technical control of earth tones, an atmospheric, autumnal, even nostalgic mood.

Gregory Sumida, “Tree Trunks,” 1971, watercolor on paper, 29 1/2 x 39 3/4 in.

Heather James Fine Art (HJFA) recently announced two new gallery openings in California: San Francisco (March 2018) and Santa Barbara (Fall 2018). The new spaces are the gallery’s fourth and fifth, joining locations in Palm Desert, CA, Jackson Hole, WY, and New York, NY.

Watercolor landscapes by Gregory Sumida
Gregory Sumida, “Tree with Bare Branches,” 1972, watercolor, 22 x 30 in.

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