Kevin Inman is a landscape painter in San Diego, CA.

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Spanish Still Life with Tomatoes and Bread

Bodegon A "bodegon" or pantry scene in the Spanish tradition. The bread is home made. Buy this painting

What's on the Still Life Shelf?

Still Life Shelf Strange, gravity-defying homemade French bread. The loaves end up so oddly shaped.

Sunset in Balboa Park, San Diego

San Diego Landscapes Night falls in the park. It's a great place to walk in the twilight, with the sharp, medicine smells of eucalyptus and the cool, damp wind off the Bay. Buy this painting

Outta My Gourd- Still Life Painting

California Impressionism A bumpy, warty green and yellow gourd. Makes me think of Virginia in the fall. Buy this painting

Sunset Palms in Hillcrest

Original San Diego Plein Air Landscape Paintings This original urban landscape painting is the view from my studio, facing north towards University Ave in Hillcrest, San Diego, California. A pink summer sunset. Buy this painting

Trees in Tecolote Canyon

San Diego Landscapes Along the hiking trail in Tecolote Canyon, San Diego, California. The University of San Diego is right up on the hill above, on the opposite side of the trail. Buy This Painting

Palms in Ocean Beach

Original Oil Painting of San Diego, California Along Newport Ave in Ocean Beach, San Diego, California. Buy this painting

Seascape, Point Loma from Coronado

Seascape painting, Coronado Island, San Diego California I created this original seascape painting in the studio from a plein air pastel sketch that I drew on the beach at Coronado. Sunset light had painted the sky a soft yellow and Point Loma went purple in silhouette against it. This is the end of the beach right before you get to the military base. The headland in the background is Point Loma. The fog hadn't started to really come in, but there was a light mist forming. 12 x 16 inches, oil on canvas on panel. Buy this painting

California Wildflowers

I've had Japanese art on my mind and this painting is one from that series. They are based on the Muromachi ink paintings from the 1300s, although they are painted from life in oil. Buy this painting
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