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Chase Langford
Guy Laramée
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Cara Barer
David Burdeny
Carol Inez Charney
Joshua Jensen-Nagle
David Leventi
Jeffrey Milstein
Michael Wolf

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Tony Angell
Clare Belfrage
Evan Blackwell
Tom Burrows
John de Wit
Guy Laramée
Cameron Anne Mason
Will Robinson
George Rodriguez
Paul Vexler


   
San Francisco Art Dealers Association

Chateau Ste. Michelle

 

 
 
James Martin - Work on Paper
 
Painting   Work on Paper   

James Martin: 2017 Exhibition Catalog
James Martin: 2016 Exhibition Catalog
James Martin: 2015 Exhibition Catalog
James Martin: 2014 Exhibition Catalog
James Martin: 2013 Exhibition Catalog
James Martin: 2012 Exhibition Catalog
James Martin: 2011 Exhibition Catalog

 
  James Martin - (Red on Blue) Country Singer



(Red on Blue) Country Singer
gouache on paper
16 X 21.8 in.
$1600
 
  James Martin - The House That Raul Built



The House That Raul Built
gouache on paper
11.8 X 20 in.
$1400
 
 
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James Martin

Martin was born in Everett, Washington in 1928. With a BA in creative writing from the University of Washington, Martin has always been interested in narrative. Since 1955 Martin has maintained a well-loved cast of characters whose burlesque escapades have captivated the imaginations of Northwest viewers. William Shakespeare, Andy Warhol, Mona Lisa, Vincent Van Gogh, the Lion, and the Monkey are all frequent players in Martin’s brown paper theater. Martin was influenced early in his career by Morris Graves, Kenneth Callahan, Mark Tobey, Mark Chagall, and Paul Klee and his paintings often swung from one style to the next. By the 1980s Martin came into his own, blending influence with personal experience. “James Martin: Art Rustler at the Rivoli” a monograph by Shelia Farr was published in 2001 and pays tribute to Martin’s distinct brand of humor, prodigious output, and distinctive style.
 
Exhibition Catalogs
Martin 2016
 
Martin 2015
 
Martin 2014
 
Martin 2013 Martin 2012
 
Martin 2011