For your consideration, a signed John Hewitt pastel drawing of the northern California coast, circa 1980's. The work measures 14" x 11" and is in excellent vintage condition (exhibits several "dots" of very minor age foxing). John Hewitt began painting in college with Vernon Nye, who was chairman of the art department at Pacific Union College. Immediately after finishing medical school, John continued study with Vernon and with other California School greats such as Millard Sheets, George Post, and Rex Brandt. John was appointed instructor in art at College of the Redwoods from 1982 to 1985, where he also had a one-man show in 1984. In 1994 he was appointed instructor in art at Pacific Union College and now teaches their yearly summer art course at Mendocino, California, during the last two weeks of June. John is in several permanent collections nationwide, and exhibits regularly in national juried shows. He has had 10 one-man shows in several different states and galleries in the past 15 years. He has been in over 100 national juried watercolor show in the last 20 years with 27 awards.
Permanent Collections: State of California (Jade Fon Asilomar purchase award winner 1985), Ingomar Club of Eureka, Calif., Trust Fund of the West museum collection; University of West Virginia Hruby Memorial Hospital; St. Joeseph's Hospital in Eureka California. Galleries include Accurate Art of Sacramento California; Valperrine Gallery of Madison, Wisconsin; Tudor Gallery of Brookings, Oregon; Peanut Gallery of Portland, Oregon; Presidio Gallery of Sonoma, California; the Zimmer Gallery in Mendocino, and the Grimmer Gallery in Oakhurst, and the Vault Gallery in Sonora, California.
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