Urban State of Mind | Union Station Serigraph by Armond Field

Union Station Serigraph

Though Armond started out as professional advertising and market researcher, he made a career shift midway through his life and became a writer instead. He also dabbled in painting, graphic art, and intricate silkscreen prints of urban and rural scapes. 

This “Union Station” Serigraph was hand cut and stenciled by California artist Armond Field in 1984

31 in x 44 in 


Graceful Yet Gritty | 1978 'Dance is Work' Print

Dance is Work Print

It's hard to believe that Harvey Edwards first began his photography career in the Air Force. during the Vietnam war.  Now and days he is better known for his graceful yet gritty images of ballerinas than for his images of soldiers and war. 

This 1987 'Dance is Work' print by Harvey Edwards is an original.

25 in wide x 38 in tall


Elegant Fierceness | 1970s Tiger Fabric Art

1970s Tiger Fabric Art

Whether you are bouncing around with Tigger or eating GREAAAT frosted flakes with Tony the Tiger, there's no denying the elegant fierceness that tigers bring to the occasion.

This 1970s fabric art of tigers is better than the Cat’s Meow, it’s the Tiger’s Roar. 

37 in tall x 55 in wide


Go With It | Large Vintage Abstract

Large Vintage Abstract

Depending on which side of the bed you woke up on, you could interpret this painting several ways. You might look at it and be inspired to tackle all of your ToDo's or you might be perfectly content with taking it easy. Whatever you feel, go with it. 

This large vintage abstract features metallic paint.

36 in x 48 in


Adjust Your Sails | Original Tall Ship Painting

Original Tall Ship Painting

Ahoy Matey! Though flying sucks these days (paying extra for bags, shrinking legroom, and spotty WIFI), let's not be too harsh with our complaining. There was once a day when traveling meant exposing yourself and your family to starvation, scurvy, or the Bermuda Triangle. 

This original tall ship painting is signed by the artist Foster A. Babcock, ’29. 

24 x 28


Abstract Expression | 1960s Plaster Bust by Thomas Holland

1960s Plaster Bust by Thomas Holland

Known for his ability to encompass Abstract Expressionism, it's no wonder Thomas Holland has been called one of California's most important contemporary artists.

This vintage American/Californian plaster bust by Thomas Holland was signed by the artist and dated 1964.  

16 in tall x 8 in deep x 7 in wide

$195/as found

Wonderful World of Color | Large Vintage Abstract Painting

Large Vintage Abstract Painting

The world is either a 1/scary place and you should never leave your bubble, or 2/a magical world of color and wonder and you should get out as much as possible. The choice is yours. 

This large vintage abstract painting was signed and dated by the artist, Barchas, ’73.

37 in tall x 49 in wide


Nomenclature Nonsense | Print of Kandinsky’s Blue Mountain, No 84

Print of Kandinsky’s Blue Mountain, No 84

With a name like Wassily Wassilyevich Kandinsky, it's no surprise that he was one of the first artists to be credited for painting "purely abstract works."  

This rare vintage museum print of Kandinsky’s “ Blue Mountain, No 84” was printed for a Guggenheim Exposition in 1972.

23 1/2 w x 33 1/2 tall


Ventured Far | Classic Mid-century Ship Sculpture

Classic Mid-century Ship Sculpture

Now and days if you want to experience a new culture you just have to book a flight on Expedia or take a virtual tour on Google Maps. Back in the day, however, you had to risk never seeing your family again, catching some incurable disease, or getting captured by pirates. 

This classic mid-century ship sculpture was hand crafted by Fuller Metal Works in Kealskekua, Hawaii. 

26 in wide x 28 in tall x 6 in deep