Paintings by June Yokell seen at David Brower Center, Berkeley - When it’s Quiet
Context & Credits
Item When it’s Quiet
Created by June Yokell
Item Details
Oil painting, 36" x 48" depicting a grove or Redwood trees in Larkspur, CA.

This painting will be displayed at the David Brower Center, 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA, February 23-May 24, 2018.

Meet the Creator

June Yokell

June Yokell

San Francisco, CA

"For as long as I can remember I’ve been drawn to the beauty in everyday life, primarily by looking at the natural world. Simple things, things I notice while walking or looking out a window or seeing a pattern in shadows. While it is not exactly a dream or a memory, it’s like entering another world that is right here with us always, carrying with it its sensuality and raw emotion. I’m drawn to painters and writers who describe the physical as well as their psychological response to the land, those who each in his or her way describe the physical or psychological climate of place. I start my paintings by a gesture and try to keep the whole painting fresh from the beginning when I lay down the large planes right through to the layering of the many marks of oil paint that indicate plants or water or cracks in the hill. My goal is to transfer to the viewer, my own non-verbal felt experiences."

Available for commission/custom work