Welcome to the art studio of painter RD Riccoboni, one of America's favorite artists specializing in San Diego Art, southern California landscape paintings, portraits, street scenes and pictures from the LGBTQ community.
Many Thanks to all my patrons who have supported my art over the years! Would you like to become one of my arts patron arts too?! Join the ranks of passionate RD Riccoboni fans and become one of my official patrons here and receive rewards and access to my patron-only feed for blog posts, get access to, and new see art works before anyone else does and personal messages and studio updates along the way. There are some really cool things depending on the level you sign up for! It starts a $1. Dollar a month!
Click here > BECOME A PATRON NOW
Original Available in the Art Store Link above
or Email the artist for a availability
of an art piece or to commission a new work.
See more Riccoboni art at these locations.
RD Riccoboni Paintings
San Diego and The Three Bears
January 20, 2017 – April 2017
3102 Reynard Way, San Diego, CA 92103
Originals and Limited Editions
OPENING RECEPTION FEBRUARY 11, 2017
4 pm. - 6 pm.
M. Austin Gallery - Designer Showroom.
4060 Morena Blvd, San Diego, CA 92117
Limited Editions and Paintings.
Hillcrest - San Diego - 425 Robinson Ave, San Diego, CA 92103
Framed Limited edition show
502 University Ave. San Diego, CA 92103
LGBT Information Center
By the World Famous Hillcrest Sign!
Riccoboni Note Cards
Matted Signed Frame Ready Prints
Art Traveler - RD's Illustrated walking guide book
to World Famous Balboa Park
Marston House Museum Gift Shop
Marston House Museum - Balboa Park
3525 7th Ave, San Diego, CA 92103
TIles, Ornaments, Art Traveler Guide
San Diego History Center Gift Shop
Balboa Park, 1649 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101
Hand Signed Prints
With a style evocative of the Impressionists
and a palette derived from the bold colors
of the rainbow flag, Riccoboni‘s internationally recognized
work represents community and a sense of place
in a positive and life affirming manner.
A California native who captures the spirit of San Diego
in his effervescent portrayals of local scenes,
Riccoboni has been described as
"a cultural heritage storyteller in paint"
who often depicts historic sites
to promote and visually preserve them.
SEE THE PAINTINGS HERE
Check for Special Pricing and Coupon Codes. Apply them at Checkout. Coupon Codes expire at midnight.
Order your copy here on Amazon. Inside this book you are invited to an intimate viewing the works of one of America’s most prolific and expressive LGBT artists! Known for his vibrant landscapes and city-scenes, RD Riccoboni has also faithfully chronicled watershed moments in LGBT history throughout his lifetime. His depictions of LGBT events and happenings – which began as a way to remember friends he had lost to HIV/AIDS – detail the growth and strength of the community over the past 25 years. Topics of this exhibit include the 1993 LGBT March on Washington D.C., the 25th Anniversary of Stonewall in NYC, the 2008 protest of Prop 8’s passing in San Diego, the Repeal of DOMA and more! "Art has the power to individually connect us to each other and create a human experience. Art essentially makes each one of us more human." RD Riccoboni, artist.
Get an autographed copy of my Amazon Best-Seller. The Big Picture: The Seven Step Guide For Creative Success In Business. Order it directly from me and I will personally autograph it for you. as one of my patrons I'll even discount it for you, heck! I'm in a good mood so I'll and throw in the shipping!