PHOTOREALISM – AUTOMOBILES AND MOTORCYCLES

Elizabeth Patterson

Sepulveda Blvd, 5PM

2009

Colored pencil, graphite, solvent on Strathmore vellum

22″ x 30″  (55.9 x 76.2 cm)

John Baeder

Club Charm, Paterson, NJ

2009

Watercolor on paper

Sheet: 23″ x 30-5/8″ (58.4 x 77.8 cm)

Image: 21-1/4″ x 28-7/8″ (54 x 73.3 cm)

Ralph Goings

Gem Top

1975

Watercolor on paper

Sheet: 11-1/8″ x 15″ (28.3 x 38.1 cm)

Image: 9″ x 13-1/8″  (22.9 x 33.3 cm)

Tom Blackwell

Red Lightning

2002

Oil on canvas

20-1/16″ x 30-3/16″ (51 x 76.7 cm)

Automobiles and motorcycles have long played important roles in our daily lives. Whether fueling a collector’s passion, empowering an individual’s freedom, or simply transporting people from place to place, vehicles maintain their longstanding importance in society. Automobiles and motorcycles have been, since the beginning of the movement, significant iconic subjects of Photorealist artists.

Esteemed Photorealists Elizabeth Patterson, John Baeder, Cheryl Kelley, Tom Blackwell, Randy Dudley, John Salt, and Ralph Goings pay homage to the vehicle’s place in our lives.

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Randy Dudley

Desert Tramline

2007

Graphite on paper

Sheet: 19-9/16″ x 25″ (49.7 x 63.5 cm)

Image: 15-3/8″ x 20-3/4″ (39.1 x 52.7 cm)

Cheryl Kelley

Red and Grey Delahaye

2013

Oil on aluminum panel

18″ x 25″ (45.7 x 63.5 cm)

John Salt

Sedan with White Garage

2013

Watercolor on paper

Sheet: 14-9/16″ x 21-7/8″ (37 x 55.6 cm)

Image: 13″ x 20″ (33 x 50.8 cm)