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 Changing Seasons
27 x 22 Oil $6500
 
 
Cumulus
28 x 28 Oil $6500
 
 Morning Light Mission Park
27 x 40 Oil $9500
 
 
  Spring Fields of Gold
22 x 30 Oil $6500

 
 
  Atmospheric Moments
30 x 20 Oil $6000
 
 
  Healing
13 x 20 Oil $3200
 

Summer Sun
18 x 30 Oil $6000
 
 

Windswept
12 x 16 Oil $2500
 
 

Passageways
14 x 20 Oil $3500
 
 
Veiled
16 x 12 Charcoal $2500
 
 
 Into the Light
22 x 30 Oil $6500

 
 
 Eucalyptus Sunset
10 x 16 Oil $2000
 
 
Spring Green
8 x 10 Oil $1100
 
 
 Last Light
10 x 20 Oil $2300
 
 
Presidio Nocturne
10 x 16 Oil $2000
 

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 Derek Harrison 

Born 1983, Derek Harrison began pursuing art since he was able to hold a pencil. It all began as an innocent journey of exploration and the excitement that came with applying a vision to a piece of paper. In later years Derek was consistently dabbling in art, always drawing, painting, etc...Initially the inspiration from graffiti played a large role in the type of art he was doing.

Following years of experimentation with spray paint and eventually transitioning to canvas, Derek landed a tattoo apprenticeship with Colorado artist Brad Cramer.

The formative years were spent drawing every minute
of the day into tattooing full time for the next several years.

In 2009 Derek made the move to Southern California, working in both Los Angeles and landing
at his current home and studio in Santa Barbara.

Derek's work has become one that combines aspects of the old masters and the admiration for artists such as John Singer Sargent and William Adolf Bouguereau with contemporary subjects and settings.

 

After spending six years working as a tattoo artist
in addition to painting, Derek made the transition
to working full time as a fine artist in 2011. Fine art became his true calling and he quickly rose to be one of the most exciting contemporary realist painters today.

His work is figurative in nature and portrays the world in which he lives and the people whom inhabit it.
"My aim is to convey the inspiration and beauty in the subjects and settings I paint. Art has the amazing capacity to connect with all people."

He has shown in numerous gallery exhibitions worldwide, has had his work feautured in several magazines and books and has won awards for his portrait and figurative pieces. He says, "My hope is to bring the amazing qualities that many years of study and experience have lead me to understand and appreciate. I strive to express this through my work and create pieces that are moving, thought provoking and inspiring."

 
 For more details please call 805-962-8885 or email us (art@waterhousegallery.com)

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