2018 Automotive Fine Arts Society Reception, Concours d'Lemons Monterey, Pebble Beach Classic Car Forum - Big In Japan
I did take pictures of some of the Lincolns. And of two artists that I admire.
The first artist is William Motta. Those who poured through Road & Track know Mr. Motta. We grew up with his art in R & T's pages. Looking at what he had chosen to display literally brought tears to my eyes reminding me of years gone by and how his art brought life to so much. Thank you Mr. Motta.
Next is Ken Eberts and his lovely wife Liz. I interviewed Ken a couple of years back and found him to be a very interesting man.
You might wonder why he is dressed as a train engineer. But take a look at the work behind them, that is the San Diego Santa Fe Train Station. Along side the painting are photographs of Ken and Liz at the station back when they were just kids. This is the kind of art Ken does primarily, art that goes back in time (not to say he doesn't do current themes).
I told Ken that when I get rich (as if that's going to happen) I'm going to commission him to do a piece of my Ranchero and call it 'Unfinished Project'. I think that would resonate with many out there.
This is the only picture I took inside the gallery. It shows just a small portion of the art work.