Jacob Dhein 2

 

Jacob Dhein

 

Columbus Street at Dusk, 30" x 40", Oil on linen <span style="color: red;">SOLD</span>Taylor Street, 16" x 12", Oil on linen - $1200 <span style="color:red;">SOLD</span> The Wharf Fishing Boats, 10" x 20", Oil on linen
Piazza Del Mercato Centrale, 10.5" x 10.25", Oil on linen - $900 <span style="color:red;">SOLD</span> Central Market Deli, 20" x 16", Oil on linen <span style="color:red;">SOLD</span> The Luthier, 23" x 31", Oil on linen The Shoe Cobbler, 19" x 23", Oil on linen - $2750
Grapefruit, Peaches, and Grapes, 18" x 14", Oil on linen - $1200 Orchid, 16" x 8", Oil on linen - $800 Tangerines, 8" x 10", Oil on linen - $400 <span style="color:red;">SOLD</span> Central Market Deli 2, 16" x 16", Oil on linen
Market Street Rain, 36" x 36", Oil on panel - $7200 Self-portrait in Grey, 20" x 16", Oil on panel Nude Study, 15" x 16", Oil on panel - $1600 Post Street, 30" x 24", Oil on panel - $4800
The F Line, 12" x 12", Oil on panel - $1400 Wave Study, 12" x 12", Oil on panel - $1000 Rock Structure at Yosemite, 16" x 16", Oil on panel - $1700 2nd Street, 24" x 24", Oil on panel - $3800
Morning Seascape, 16" x 16", Oil on panel - $1700 Pescadero Seascape, 11" x 16", Oil on panel Sunset on Amstel River, 24" x 24", Oil on panel - $3800 O'Farrell #2, 36" x 36", Oil on panel - $7200
Ben, 16" x 16", Oil on panel - $1700 China Beach, 16" x 16", Oil on panel - $1700 Lloyd, 18" x 14", Oil on panel - $1700 O'Farrell, 12" x 12", Oil on panel - $1400
S.F. Piers, 9" x 12", Oil on panel - $700 Study Of Man, 7.75" x 9.75", Oil on panel - $550 Tenaya Lake, 12" x 12", Oil on panel - $1000 Spring Runoff at Yosemite, 12" x 12", Oil on panel - $900
Tuolumne Meadows, 12" x 12", Oil on panel - $1000 Veronique, 18" x 14", Oil on panel - $1700 Tioga Pass Road, 12" x 12", Oil on panel - $900 Chinatown, 14" x 14", Oil on panel - $1500
Theresa, 24" x 24", Oil on panel - $3800 Rie, 48" x 36", Oil on panel - $7500 Coogan, 24" x 24", Oil on panel - $3800 Elizabeth, 24" x 24", Oil on panel - $3800

 

Jacob Dhein: Artist Statement

As a child I liked to draw, although it wasn’t until my sophomore year at the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, I decided to try a drawing class. I found the drawing class compelling, so I thought I would try a couple of other art classes. In my sculpture and painting class, I met some very influential artists who encouraged me to pursue a career in art. One was my advisor and sculpture professor, Tc Farley, the other was my painting professor, Li Hu. Tc taught me about the struggles and dedication that one needed to be an artist, while Li showed me the professional side of the art market and things I would have to explore if I wanted to paint for a living.In 2006, I graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree with an emphasis in Painting and Sculpture. I worked for several years after graduation, but still continued with my artwork, mainly doing portrait commissions. I also took workshops with artists that interested me to enhance my skills as a painter. Then, in 2009, I dedicated myself to painting full time. Finally, in 2011, I decided to pursue a Master’s Degree in Fine Arts at the Academy of Art University, San Francisco.