Rosemary Miner is widely acknowledged as Carmel's foremost resident marine artist, and she has become internationally known for her outstanding interpretations of the sea. She portrays the moods and movements of the Central California seacoast with an understanding born of a lifetime of close observation and loving portrayal. A native of Long Beach, California, she has lived with the Pacific Ocean most of her life, and has devoted over a quarter century capturing the infinite interplay of surf, sea, and light.
Rosemary Miner's love of music is very closely related to her painting.The movement of the music complements the dynamic strength of the sea in the color, range, mood and composition of her paintings. Tranquil sunsets, moonlit surf, a few storms, mid-day serenity, gentle surf on the sharply pitched rocks, and long rolling breakers indicate emotions as varied as the nocturnes and symphonies she listens to as she brings her seas to life.
We are including a pamphlet about her, from her own gallery in about 1972. It has one of her wonderful paintings, on the cover, similar subject as ours.
Country Of Origin: United States (Carmel, California)
Medium: Oil on canvas.
Size: Sight 10 3/4" by 13 3/4": Framed 18" by 21 1/2".
Condition: Very Good.
Comparable paintings by Ms. Miner today are priced from $3000.00 to $6000.00. This painting has the original label and seal from her own Gallery Americana.
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