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

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San Francisco Bay from Russian Hill

[caption id="attachment_4860" align="alignnone" width="500"]San Francisco Painting Russian Hill Alcatraz San Francisco Bay from Russian Hill. I chose this vantage point because isn't that always the way? A gorgeous view with a tree in front of it. And in a way, it's better, more tantalizing. for sale[/caption]

San Diego Alley Painting

San Diego Alley Painting A beautiful blue recycling bin in a sunny Hillcrest alley. for sale

Laguna Beach Sunset

Laguna Beach Sunset Painting Crystal Cove Plein air painting on the beach in Crystal Cove, with the setting sun gilding the water. for sale

Torrey Pines Landscape Painting San Diego

Torrey Pines Landscape Painting La Jolla Del Mar Golden light in Torrey Pines, late afternoon.buy now

Ocean Beach Painting, San Diego

Ocean Beach Landscape Painting San Diego Palm trees and power lines in The People's Republic of O.B. for sale

Ocean Beach Painting, Bougainvillea in the Alley

Ocean Beach Painting San Diego Bougainvillea Powerlines I love big, wild bunches of bougainvillea, and I paint it whenever I can. buy now

Orange Prius Twins, South Park San Diego

Orange House, Orange Priuses South Park San Diego for sale This painting happened sort of by accident but it is also staged. Let me explain. I was painting in Balboa Park, a painting of some trees. And I drove home a different way than usual , through South Park. I saw this orange house and thought, what a great orange house. Then I saw the orange Prius parked in front of the orange house and I thought, Ha! So then I parked MY orange Prius up the hill behind and painted this.

Bi-Rite, Mission, San Francisco

Bi Rite Bi-Rite San Francisco Mission Dolores St We picked up lunch here at the Bi-Rite on the way to the Legion of Honor. buy now Julia asked the worker- sandwich chef?- what would travel the best. He had a beard and San Francisco pallor and gave the question very serious consideration before offering a measured response. He was obviously an expert (albeit in an obscure subject), and I liked how seriously he treated his sandwich creations, which really were excellent- perfect rustic baguette, salty prosciutto, creamy fresh mozzarella and basil or arugula or something. Also I'd like to mention that the guards at the Legion of Honor did not care that we carried an entire box of wine into the museum. Later in the day after much time on buses and through different foggy microclimates, the guards at the De Young also did not care that we brought half a box of wine into the museum. Only in San Francisco, probably, god bless them. A pretty great day.

The Mission San Francisco

The Mission San Francisco Painting Dolores and 18th St Gentle gray light in The Mission. We waited at this bus stop for approximately 1 million years. Dolores and 18th. for sale

Kensington Cafe Painting

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