Southwest Art

David Savellano

statewide stay-at-home order went into effect in response to the coronavirus, artist David Savellano had a fun routine going. The Alameda, CA, artist would pack up his watercolor supplies in a few baskets attached to his electric bike, hop on“What’s going on in the atmosphere? What are the people doing?” Savellano asks himself before settling on a scene to paint. “I’ve always enjoyed cityscapes because people, places, and a moment in time capture my interest,” he explains. “It’s like you’re being a storyteller about that moment in time.”

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