Paul Gavin's "Morning Colors: San Clemente Pier Walk" oil painting on canvas is featured on the 2014 City of San Clemente Recreation Magazine. Along with regular morning pier activities, this painting captures the three stripes down the pier phenomenon. Purchase the enhanced giclee here.
The 2013 Miramar Air Show was projected to be an entertaining event headlined by civilian aerial performers as well as a jet truck, drag racing and evening concert performances. Everything changed early Thursday morning when the decision was made to cancel the air show as a result of the government shutdown. Unfortunately, the Gavins had already completed production on their merchandise and we have T-shirts, zip hoodies, posters and baseball caps for sale.
Like his watercolor painting Dana Dreams: An Endless Summer, the first of his Premier Coastal Series completed in 1988, the view is from above the Orange County Marine Institute looking across the Harbor toward's Dana Point, Capistrano Beach, and San Clemente with Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton in the distance.
We celebrate the 300 birthday of Father Junipero Serra, founder of Mission San Juan Capistrano and other missions up and down the length of California. Kimberleigh has created the logo pictured here and a beautiful 14-color design dedicated to the accomplishments of Father Serra.
A new life — with a little help from some friends. The original Beach Flag at Poche unofficial monument has been relocated and restored and Paul has painted it as he did with the original. See them both.
Paul Gavin's San Clemente Pier at Sunset: Playa Romantica captures the San Clemente Pier's magic golden moment. This beautiful sunset scene can be your family portrait. You can be photographed on site and then added to a custom giclee. Contact the artist for more information.
Amgrunt is one of six paintings from Paul's new series featureing paintings of United States Marine Corps Amphibious Tractors (Amtracs) at Camp Pendleton and in Vietnam from 1967 - 1969.
The hills above San Juan Capistrano provide a peaceful location to get away and on a clear day a beautiful view of San Diego to the south, Avalon on Catalina to the west, and the San Gabriel Mountains to the north. Horses and riders have played a major role in San Juan's history and the city is still home to a large equestrian population.
A mom and her two princesses take advantage of a very low tide to plan and build their dream castle. A soft setting sun illuminates the scene beside the San Clemente Pier: warm sunset light dances on the water and delicately highlights the figures that are beautifully reflected in the shimmering sand. Small, slow moving wavelets keep the area moist as the tide recedes, leaving the sand perfect for castle construction and dribbling, hopefully all to be finished before the sun sets and the tide returns.
NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS: Gavin Arts will not be processing orders from noon Wednesday, October 24th through Thursday November 1st. All orders placed during that time will begin processing on Friday, November 2nd. Thank you for your patience.
Paintings, lithographs, giclees, and prints spanning the career of Paul Gavin. Reflections on his life and work along the Southern California coast as well as Normandy, Mexico, Yosemite and points in between.
Graphic creations for special events from Kimberleigh Gavin grace posters and clothing from T-shirts to Hawaiian fabrics to some very feminine tanks and tops with a U.S. military bias.
January 10, 2012 — Kimberleigh, Paul and Claude the Vizsla took a one-day trip up to experience Yosemite's high country during this rare winter where lack of snow has allowed the Tioga Road (Highway 120) to be open the latest on record. ... Read more, watch the videos, and see our collection of Yosemite art and wearables — including our famous Yosemite Hawaiian™ Shirts.
About Gavin Arts and its artists
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Our Guestbook provides onscreen pens and brushes so you can leave us a message by drawing a picture.
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From the beginning, Gavin Arts has had a special relationship with the men and women who serve our country in the armed forces. We have posters, clothing, fine art, and a lot more honoring the U.S. military, air shows, naval demonstrations, and related events.
Gavin Arts is proud that we make some of the highest quality and most unique Hawaiian apparal — quality shirts, sarongs, and fabric of original Hawaiian designs saluting the Blue Angels and Thunderbirds flight teams, the U.S. Marines, and the California resorts of Yosemite, San Clemente, and Huntington Beach.
We were thrilled to see our friends, Marine Corps Commandant Gen. Amos and wife Bonnie along with their grandkids at the Andrews AFB Open House, May 19th, 2012. Pictured left to right, Paul, Gen Amos, Kimberleigh, Bonnie Amos, with the Amos grandchildren in the front. Photo by Sgt. Mallory S. Vanderschans