As a long time resident and sailor in Marina del Rey, Artist, Stu Coleman, is happy to support the efforts of the Historical Society in preserving the rich history of this 1.5 square mile slice of Los Angeles County. This painting is currently available for sale at the MDR Historical Society Gallery in Fisherman’s Village on Fiji Way with all proceeds benefiting the organization.
Grace Bay, Providenciales, a 36″ x 18″ work, painted in 2012, just sold at auction for $350, a bit above the retail price of $275. This is the second year a painting has been sold at auction to benefit arts education in Culver City, California, the neighborhood just east of artist, Stu Coleman’s home in Marina del Rey.
Had a chance to visit Key West for 3 days in December and enjoyed the nightlife at night and the Beaches during the day. Higgs Beach is nice location on the South side of the island. I painted the sky a few weeks ago and today I finished the ocean and sand.
Artist Stu Coleman was happy to donate one of his paintings to benefit arts education in Culver City. The Painting was featured prominently at the live auction event and attracted a steady flow of bidding. Stu is happy to donate paintings to charity auctions to benefit the local community.
If you are working with a charity auction event, please drop Stu Coleman a line to discuss potential donations for the cause.
t’s been quite a journey since these two paintings were used in this scene, and we’re thrilled to let you know that Finding Neighbors, will be making it’s world premiere in the official competition at the 20th Annual Austin Film Festival October 24-31! Artist Stu Coleman worked on this film as Assistant Art Director creating graphic props and building sets with a talented crew and a great cast. Stu Coleman also designed the Film’s Poster (1-Sheet). As a supporter and part of the crew, I encourage you to see the trailer and help get the word out on this film.
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Another Sunny day in the Marina and it’s time to start some new canvas. I buy just about all of my canvases at Aaron Brothers nowadays. I used to frequent the one here in the Marina but now trek over to Sepulveda/Jefferson/Sawtelle in Culver City. They have a great selection and all the supplies I need. I also like Graphaids as they have some different paints and tools.