The Sunday Afternoon Watercolor Society


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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.

SpecificationsSKU: 90495Size: 7″ x 7.5″, portrait Pages: 136 Binding: Hardbound Publication Date: Fall 2016 ISBN: 978-1-935935-13-1 Rights World: Available
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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.


7" x 7.5", portrait





Publication date

Fall 2016



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