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Tribute to Pacifica, (Tribal)
Size: 14" x 11"
Medium: Oil on canvas
Date: 2017

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Tribute to Pacifica is inspired by the face of the statue of Pacifica, taken from the illustration that beautifully graces the cover of the original brochure of the Golden Gate International Exposition of 1939. Si Vanderlaan did the cover for this brochure and is a beauty! Pacifica was an 80 footer built by Ralph Stackpole, that stood at Treasure Island and was demolished after the fair ended. She was monumental; a spectacular statue, almost life-like, as if welcoming guests at the fair! She was and continues to be an iconic figure and it is hoped one day to have her re-built and back at the Island.

This painting forms part of the ongoing Pacifica series, showing tribal features of Pacifica's face.

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