Laguna Presbyterian Church Painting
20 x 20 ” Laguna Presbyterian Church Oil Painting by Tatyana Zen
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- Certificate of Authenticity
- Original Artwork, One-of-a-Kind
- Oil on canvas | Gallery Wrapped Canvas
- Add 100% Wood Handmade Artisan Frame
- 3.5″ Renaissance Frame arrives Ready to Hang
Also Available: Prints from $275
Laguna Presbyterian Church Painting
This is a hand-painted one-of-a-kind 20 x 20 ” oil painting on canvas by Tatyana Zen. Hand signed by the artist on the front. Additionally, accompanied by a signed Certificate of Authenticity. Gallery Wrapped canvas is professionally stretched on 0.75 ″ stretcher bars. Moreover, high quality stretcher bars are 100% premium wood with smooth finish. Painting arrives flat, ready to frame without hanging hardware. Optionally, you can choose the 100% Wood Artisan frame.
Renaissance Artisan Frame
This solid artisan frame is 100% wood and arrives ready to hang with hardware on the back. Inspired by the frames of Leonardo Da Vinci masterpieces, in particular Salvatore Mundi. Beautiful floral Renaissance motif adorn this frame, hand-painted by the artist in gold paint. Additionally, imitation pearls are embedded in the corners.
Available Art Prints
Also, view available Fine Art Prints from $275
This 100-year-old Spanish mission style building stands proud in the heart of Laguna Beach in Southern California, where Laguna Presbyterian Church made its home.
This 1927 Spanish Revival Church captures the eye with its bright white exterior, red-tiled roof and beautiful stained glass windows. A rose garden, shaded benches and covered patio invite to relax and enjoy the service. Home to 1,500 visitors, this longtime landmark is an active church and a place for worship, music and weddings and a peaceful place to visit.
Visitor reaction is interesting, but overall positive. Here’s one person’s testimony:
People may go to church to find God but they stay because they find each other.
I’m an atheist, I went to an Alpha religious exploration meeting at Laguna Pres. It went as well as could be expected. They were friendly enough and the food was decent. read more
I love this Google Review from Beth: This community welcomed me when I was a young adult. It is a vibrant, faithful, gracious community of individuals seeking to grow up into Christ and encourage and extend grace to others who are just trying to figure out life and God. This community has a rich history in the roots of Laguna; its early formation as a city. Individual members rallied the call to action in the fire of 1993–and became a place of interfaith caring and compassion for those who lost everything. Laguna Pres was around 12 years be the city was incorporated, I hope it will be around for another 100 year. For 100 years LPC has been inviting everyone to come, just as you are.
Tatyana’s creative process is fluid and intuitive, up until the last moment, everything could change. She works methodically, but passionately, not settling until it feels perfect, some paintings taking years to complete. A prolific painter, similar to her master teachers, Tatyana has many paintings in progress, waiting for the inspiration to progress to the next step. She uses quality professional oil paints, like Gamblin, Winsor & Newton and Da Vinci and favors Fredrix linen canvas.
Tatyana uses the Old Master’s techniques she’s learned while making replicas at the National Gallery of Art, giving her large scale oil paintings luminosity and depth of color.
In particular, she used Rembrandt and William Turner’s glazing layering techniques to paint seascapes like Victoria Beach Sunset.
About the Artist
Russian-born and California-based, Tatyana Zen is a classically trained artist. Tatyana’s background in technology, design and philosophy blends into colorful artistic voice, intricately reflecting different points of view. In essence, her artwork draws inspiration from the human form, sci-fi, pop-culture, glamour, fashion, Zen philosophy and everyday life.
Tatyana was fortunate to learn the secrets of Old Masters as a copyist at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. Furthermore, she has developed her own painting method to achieve luminosity and depth of color. A nature lover, Tatyana often incorporates organic elements in her paintings from coffee and tobacco to diamonds and gold. Read Bio.
|Dimensions||26 × 26 × 4 in|
$1,500 – $3,000
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