The Sunday Afternoon Watercolor Society
San Francisco Impressions
The Sunday Afternoon Watercolor Society shows areas of San Francisco for the unique places they are, which are responsible for the city’s identity and iconic scenes such as: The Ferry Building and plaza, Golden Gate Park, Russian and Nob Hills, The Palace of Fine Arts, and the downtown skyline.
The Sunday Afternoon Watercolor Society (SAWS) was started over twenty years ago in the San Francisco Bay Area by founder John Kriken. John, a prolific architect and professor with UC Berkeley, has archived his paintings since SAWS conception and releases them now in this exclusive art book. The Sunday Afternoon Watercolor Society: San Francisco Impressions has over 100 original watercolor paintings from Mr. Kriken, wherein you can also find how to purchase the original paintings outright, with a portion of proceeds going to go to the Katherine and John Lund Kriken Graduate Student Award at UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design.