E. Dale Erickson is one of San Francisco’s best Contemporary Realist painters. His domestic interiors, still life scenes, and cityscapes reveal his midwestern roots and his long residence on the west coast.
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This web site has a tiny sampling of the original oil paintings and giclee reproductions that are available. A visit to the gallery or studio is highly recommended.
Dale opened his studio at Project Artaud during San Francisco Open Studios during October 2002.
You can still visit his studio and see his work – just contact Dale at (415) 552-5198.