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Arlene Fisher Hann

 

A Quiet Street in Italy, 16" x 12", Oil on panel <span style="color: red;">SOLD</span> Amalfi Coast, 16" x 20", Oil on panel Autumn Harvest, 11" x 14", Oil on canvas Early Autumn, 24" x 36", Oil on canvas
Evening Colors, 24" x 36", Oil on canvas Evening Shadows, 14" x 18", Oil on canvas Fall Vineyard, 12" x 9", Oil on canvas Favorite Backyard, 20" x 16", Acrylic on paper, mounted on board
Flowers for Jean, 20" x 10", Oil on panel Garden in the City, 24" x 18", Oil on panel Gold Country Cabin, 8" x 10", Oil on canvas Historical Church, 14" x 18", Oil on canvas
Italian Village, 16" x 20", Oil on canvas on panel Lone Tree, 8" x 10", Oil on canvas on panel Lonely Street, 16" x 20", Oil on panel Mixed Bouquet, 20" x 16", Oil on canvas
Near the Napa River, 16" x 20", Oil on canvas on panel Old Backroad, 12" x 24", Oil on canvas One of a Kind, 20" x 16", Oil on canvas Portuguese Port, 19.25" x 25.25", Oil on canvas on panel
Purple Mountains, 12" x 24", Oil on canvas Secret Cabin, 26.75" x 21", Acrylic on paper, mounted on board <span style ="color:red;">SOLD</span> Shades of Red, 20.25" x 8.75", Oil on wood Sierra Summer, 12" x 16", Oil on canvas
Sonoma Church, 11" x 14", Oil on canvas Sonoma Hills, 18" x 24", Oil on canvas Sonoma Mission, 16" x 20", Oil on canvas Sonoma Summer Backroads, 18" x 24", Oil on canvas
Sonoma Water Tower, 18" x 24", Oil on canvas Spring in the Valley, 12" x 16", Oil on canvas <span style="color:red;">SOLD</span> Sunflowers, 20.25" x 8.75", Oil on wood Tranquility, 16" x 20", Oil on panel
Tuscan Countryside, 12" x 12", Oil on canvas Vacation Cottage, 16" x 20", Oil on panel Vacation Lake, 20" x 16", Oil on panel Valley of the Moon, 24" x 36", Oil on canvas
Vanishing Point, 12" x 16", Oil on panel The Vineyard at St. Jean's Winery, 11" x 14", Oil on canvas Virginia City, 14" x 18", Oil on canvas Winery After Harvest, 10" x 20", Oil on canvas

 

Arlene Fisher Hann: Artist Biography

The constantly changing beauty of Northern California has been Arlene Fisher Hann’s greatest source of inspiration: the joyous color changes of the seasons and the many moods of nature provide infinite ideas and interpretations.

Her formal art education began through a correspondence art course in the early 1950’s. She soon progressed to local art classes, including instruction through Santa Rosa Junior College, Napa Junior College, and Sonoma State University. Throughout the years, she studied with numerous art instructors, such as Joyce Pike and Hal Reed.

Although Arlene enjoys painting in all media, she has recently added acrylic to her repertoire. This award-winning artist draws inspiration from the works of Monet, among other impressionistic painters. Preferring to paint on-location and outdoors, she also enjoys teaching and sharing her art. Her paintings are part of collections throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe.