Singed ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR
not a print
this early work of Mark’s is matted and framed
and ready to hang
wonderful investment work
10.5″ by 10.5″ inside the matting size
16″ by 16″ framed size
Mark Vranesh began painting in 1975 while studying
aw in San Diego. After graduating from law school,
he opened his first gallery in Coronado.
With exhibits throughout California and
the western United States,
his work has been collected world wide.
Returning to his home town of Las Vegas in the 80’s,
his art took on a southwest theme,
mainly rock art imagery and southwest landscapes.
As the native son and resident artist of Red Rock Canyon,
he received the “Nevada’s Best” award
as well as his famous moment of QVC,
selling more than 400 of his petroglyph gourd vessels
in seven minutes.
Always remembering a painting trip to a quaint
Mexican town in 1979,
Mark came back for a visit in 2004
and fell in love with San Miguel de Allende.
Intrigued by the colonial architecture
and the light of this historic community of artists
and writers, he decided to embark on a new adventure
with his art in Mexico.