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Port Somewhere | Oil And Acrylic Painting in Paintings by Martin Webb. Item composed of wood
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Port Somewhere | Oil And Acrylic Painting in Paintings by Martin Webb. Item composed of wood
Port Somewhere | Oil And Acrylic Painting in Paintings by Martin Webb. Item composed of wood
Port Somewhere | Oil And Acrylic Painting in Paintings by Martin Webb. Item composed of wood

Created and Sold by Martin Webb

Martin Webb

Port Somewhere - Paintings

Painting in acrylic and mixed media on wood panel. A patterned bowl containing a plant occupies the foreground and a distant boat drifts into the frame behind what could be a curtain suggesting the view through a window. Ready to hang, no frame required.

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Item Port Somewhere
Created by Martin Webb
As seen in Creator's Studio, Oakland, CA
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Martin Webb
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Wescover creator since 2018
Engrossing images full of color, texture, and mystery.

"My work contemplates fundamental things such as our basic need to provide for ourselves; our desire for home, belonging, and connection; and our being a small temporary part of the natural world’s continuum. These thoughts take shape in images and objects that combine simple representations, layered abstractions, and plain-spoken materials.” - Martin Webb

British artist, Martin Webb (b. 1964), first laid eyes upon the American West when he was awarded a Fulbright teaching exchange that brought him to the San Francisco East Bay in 1999-2000. Martin Webb has also found great success as a highly acclaimed artist with numerous public commissions visible throughout the Bay Area, and beyond. Whilst being primarily a studio painter, his work also encompasses printmaking, murals, reclaimed wood, concrete, ceramic tile, sculpture, and site-specific installations.