Semi Finalist for Alameda County Art Commission Project

In November, Elaine Coombs was selected as a semi-finalist for a new public art project with the Alameda County Art Commission.  Her artwork, along with 6 other artists, is being considered for permanent display in the public spaces of the newly renovated Department of Environmental Health, Alameda, CA.  The final 2-3 artists will be notified in early March, with the artwork to be installed this summer.

Imagery Estate Winery Label Pairing News

Wine Pairing News!
Elaine Coombs special artwork commission for Imagery Estate Winery will be placed on the 2017 Lagrein French Camp, to be released next fall.   The artwork, Fruitfully Veiled 
(acrylic on panel, 20 x 30 inches) is currently on display in the winery's main gallery in Glen Ellen (Sonoma County), CA.

University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics Acquisition

Elaine Coombs is pleased to announce a new acquisition by the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City.  They have a strong permanent collection that ranges from local artists to American Masters and includes almost 4000 original works.  Soon to be installed are her two pieces, Air of Nuance (2016), 30 x 26 inches; and Moving on 2 (2010), 26 x 26 inches, both acrylic on canvas.

New Acquisition: UCSF

Three paintings by Elaine Coombs have been selected for the permanent collection of the UCSF Precision Cancer Medicine Building in San Francisco, California.    Broad Vision (20 x 60 inches), Breezy (14 x 14 inches), and Tranquil (14 x 14 inches) will be installed in the new building in late 2019.


New Imagery Estate Wine Label Commission on Display

In 2017, Elaine Coombs was invited to create a special artwork commission that will be placed on a wine label for Imagery Estate Winery.  The artwork will be matched with a wine in late 2018, but in the meantime, the painting is currently on display at the winery's art gallery in Glen Ellen, CA.  Contact Imagery for more details.

Artwork above: Fruitfully Veiled, 2017.  Acrylic on panel, 20 x 30 inches.  by Elaine Coombs