Every year in February I attend a print show at Fort Mason in San Francisco. Print dealers from all over the world showcase etchings, mezzotints, and other types prints for purchase. It truly is a great place not only to see, but to buy work from up and coming artists, established artists, and the famous (Renoir and Goya et al.). Prices for prints are a fraction of the cost of oil paintings and leaves the possibility open for most anyone to become a collector. On the way to the show, I pulled off Highway One to paint the Golden Gate Bridge. I’ve crossed this bridge hundreds of times over the years, and it always demands my attention. This is not the first time I’ve painted the bridge and its not likely to be the last.