San Francisco Bay in Golden Glow


Laura Milnor Iverson

Oil on Canvas
9" x 12"

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San Francisco Bay in Golden Glow Original Oil Painting

Side view:
San Francisco Bay in Golden Glow
The Golden Gate Bridge is illuminated by the setting sun. A few sailboats glide around San Francisco Bay. This California surreal seascape, from the Golden Glow modern art series, is an original oil painting on a gallery-wrapped stretched canvas (the 3/4" sides are finished off in burgundy acrylic)--no need to frame. This is the first painting I've done of the Golden Gate Bridge. The view is from Lincoln Park. Note that the copyright watermarks on the image do not appear on the actual painting.

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A black ribbon necklace is included so the piece is ready to wear. These have an extender chain that adjusts from approximately 18" - 20", closing with a lobster claw clasp. If you would like a longer length, a 24" ball chain may be substituted at the time of purchase.

Please note that this pendant may be made to order. Allow an extra 2-4 days or contact me first to see if one is in stock.

Size:

1" square or 25mm (not including the bail, which is the piece that fits over the cord)

Material:

Archival print topped with a glass cabochon. For the setting, bright silver plated onto lead-free base metal.

Price:

$29.00

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San Francisco Bay in Golden Glow by Laura Milnor Iverson
San Francisco Bay in Golden Glow
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