Jim McVicker



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fortuna by Jim McVicker
Oil 12 x 16
 
 

 
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arcata plaza by Jim McVicker
Oil 20 x 16
 
 

 
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arcata 5 by Jim McVicker
Oil 9 x 12
 
 

 
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arcata 4 by Jim McVicker
Oil 12 x 16
 
 

 
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arcata 3 by Jim McVicker
Oil 16 x 20
 
 

 
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arcata 2 by Jim McVicker
Oil 16 x 20
 
 

 
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arcata 1 by Jim McVicker
Oil 14 x 18
 
 

 
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break in the sky glacier by Jim McVicker
Oil 6 x 8
 
 

 
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storm glacier by Jim McVicker
Oil 8 x 10
 
 

 
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dark sky gkacier by Jim McVicker
Oil 8 x 10
 
 

 
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rain glacier by Jim McVicker
Oil 14 x 11
 
 

 
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along the river glacier by Jim McVicker
Oil 9 x 12
 
 

 
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aspen yellowstone by Jim McVicker
Oil 20 x 16
 
 

 
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river bend yellowstone by Jim McVicker
Oil 9 x 12
 
 

 
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late light yellowstone by Jim McVicker
Oil 9 x 12
 
 

 
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yellowstone falls by Jim McVicker
Oil 14 x 18
 
 

 
Jim McVicker Posted Artwork 
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Ryan Jensen Paints Boats by Jim McVicker
Oil 8 inches x 16 inches
 
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Jim McVicker Posted Artwork 
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Fishing Boast, Gray Day by Jim McVicker
Oil 12 x 16
 
 

 
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Rick Paints the South Fork by Jim McVicker
Oil 16 x 20
 
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Apple Blossoms, Afternoon by Jim McVicker
Oil 20 x 24
 
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Apple Blossoms, Morning by Jim McVicker
Oil 20 x 24
 
 

 



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Representation


American Legacy Fine Arts
Pasadena, California - 626-577-7733

Debra Huse Gallery
Balboa Island, California - 949-723-6171

Fairmont Gallery
Sonoma, California - 707-996-2667

George Stern Fine Arts
West Hollywood, California - 310-276-2600

Hillside Fine Art
Claremont, California - 909-268-4526

J.M. Stringer Gallery
Vero Beach, Florida - 722-231-3900

The Mission Gallery
St. George, Utah - 435-688-7278

Winfield Gallery
Carmel, California - 831-624-3369



Biography
I made my first on location, plein air, painting in 1973. My influences then were the French Impressionist, mostly Monet, Pissarro and Sisley. At the time I was working full time and attending art classes at Chaffey Community College in Southern California. I was born and raised in Ontario California, about 35 miles east of Los Angeles. By the summer of 1975 I decided to become a full time painter. I quit my job, left school and moved to Santa Cruz in Northern Ca. I always loved the northern part of the state and wanted to get away from everything I knew up to that point and start a fresh life as a painter. I think I had about $5,000 dollars in my bank account. In my mind, enough money to make a start at really exploring and trying to learn how to paint. My work at the time was very rough but I had no doubt that I would grow and survive.
After a couple of years I move further north to Humboldt County and have remained here, with a couple of adventures elsewhere, since 1977. Humboldt is where my education as a painter really started. There were several painters in the area whom I met through a life drawing group. Three of them, Curtis Otto, James Moore and George Van Hook became close friends as well as the three painters I learned so much from for the next few years. We painted daily together and George and I shared a studio for a couple of years. Working so closely with artists beyond ones own level was such a great way to learn to see.
In 1984 I met my wife, Terry. She was working as a graphic at the time we met but by the time we were married in 1988 [...]

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