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  Frank Serrano Waterhouse Gallery
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Indian Summer
20 x 20 Oil

Trail of Oaks
10 x 12 Oil

Timeless Reflections
10 x 20 Oil

Warm Light of Day
12 x 16 Oil
   



Douglas Preserve Study

10 x 12 Oil
 
 

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Above Big Sur
16 x 20 Oil
 SOLD



Coastal Shimmer
11 x 14 Oil
SOLD

 

Surf at Garrapta
8 x 10 Oil
 SOLD
   

 

Coast at More Mesa
30 x 24 Oil
SOLD

Goleta Sparkle
20 x 16 Oil
SOLD

More Mesa
16 x 24 Oil
 SOLD
     

Summer Afternoon
16 x 20 Oil
SOLD 

 

Douglas Preserve
9 x 10 Oil
SOLD

Santa Barbara Coast
8 x 12 Oil
SOLD  
 


 

  

Light & Fog
12 x 16 Oil
SOLD
     

 

Late Afternoon, Santa Barbara
8 x 12 Oil
SOLD

 

Eucalyptus
8 x 8 Oil
SOLD

 

Winter Light
8 x 12 Oil
SOLD


Frank M. Serrano

Contemporary landscape artist, Frank M. Serrano was born in Los Angeles on November 29, 1967. He developed an early interest in art and nature, studying throughout his school days, but is largely self-taught. His natural talent eventually gained him a lucrative career as a freelance commercial artist. After his success in the commercial sector, in the early 1990s Serrano decided to pursue his passion for traditional oil painting and has since developed a strong following of admirers, both nationally and internationally.

Serrano, an avid outdoorsman, is recognized for his keen sense of atmospheric observation and ability to spontaneously interpret his personal connection with nature onto canvas. In 2003 he completed writing and illustrating the book, Plein Air Painting in Oil, published by the Walter Foster Company, which serves as a handbook to budding plein air artists and collectors of this genre of landscape painting. He has also served as plein air painting consultant for Walt Disney Studios and has taught at the Disney Academy in Burbank, California.

Serrano travels widely throughout North America painting scenes from the desert southwest to the beautiful far reaches of the Alaskan wilderness. A hallmark of Serrano’s work is his unique talent for capturing the hazy atmospheric mood characteristic of the west.

“Painting on location enriches my life... and the paintings do not exist as mere pictures, but as a journal through which I can express all my senses.” Although the majority of Serrano’s painting is done on location a la prima, he also works in his studio creating larger paintings from his outdoor field sketches. He believes the only way to learn to paint is from life.

Frank M. Serrano is an Signature Member of the California Art Club.



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