68: Boyce John (american 20th Century) "Niamh Of The Go
Boyce John (American 20th century) "Niamh of the Golden hair" (Gaellic legend) oil on canvas signed, 2008
Boyce’s artwork has been exhibited publicly and privately in Paris, Amsterdam, Munich, Berlin, London, Dublin, Montreal, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Puerto Vallarta, Honolulu, Tahiti, Manila, Singapore, Melbourne and host of other places. He has had more than 20 one man shows including Otis Art Institute; Scripps College, Claremont California, Greer Gallery, New York; Atelier Gordon, Librarie Galaxie, Paris; Monastery Printshop, Manila; The American Tokyo Club, Winkler Gallery, Tahiti; and The Artist Gallery, Honolulu, to name a few. Collectors of his work include Kate Stein, Jouh Avildsen, New York, Richard Bach, John Rechy, Los Angeles, Joh Balson, Gerard Lanvin, Gerasimo Luca, Paris, Dominick Dunne, David and Keith Carradine and many more. Teachers, collaborators, and critics include Juan Sedueno (University of Panama), Marcel Salinas (Atelier Gordon, Paris), José Decreeft, (Sculptor, Isle of Majorca), Marianne Greenwood (Picasso Musée Antibes), Anais Nin (Silverlake), Robert Boyle and Henry Bumstead (Production Design in Los Angeles), Dr. T.E. Greene (Scripps College), Millard Sheets (Los Angeles).
Unit Dimensions: 40" x 30"