Baylands Watercolors - Exhibit by Earl Junghans
See the Baylands through the eyes of watercolor artist Earl Junghans, who has been painting Bay Area landscapes since the 1960s. The exhibit is open during EcoCenter open hours.
June 3 - August 29
EcoCenter open hours
Open reception: Saturday June 29, 1-3 p.m.
Free & open to all ages
All works are for sale. Proceeds benefit the Environmental Volunteers.
Michelle Mazzei Educational Materials Room
2560 Embarcadero Road
Palo Alto, CA 94303
About the Artist
Earl Junghans is a watercolor artist and a retired architect. He began painting watercolors in 1965 as a leisure time activity.
His development as a watercolorist also came directly out of architecture which requires a working knowledge of perspective, an ability to graphically represent materials and textures, as well as an awareness of the values of light, shade, shadow, and reflection in defining objects. Junghans’ has been entering competitions and presenting one-person shows since 1982.
The majority of Junghans’ works were painted within 100 miles of San Francisco. The Palo Alto Baylands is the location where he has painted the most and the Mountain View Baylands ranks second in this category. These two areas are substantially the subjects of the upcoming show, "Baylands Watercolors by Earl Junghans".