Adan’s Fine Art America Images # 3 – San Antonio Riverwalk, Painting circa 2003

About my “Adan’s Images” Series

I’ve struggled for quite awhile to come up with a means or routine that’d let me present my work, especially all the photos and paintings I’ve uploaded @FineArtAmerica (FAA) since early 2016.

We’ll see how this works out, lol 😊

 Starting with my oldest work I’d uploaded onto FAA, I‘ll be progressing through each image. Some images, like my 1st to be presented this way, Austin at Night, have variations. Sometimes a poster version or a vertical, a crop or macro, or even a digital or painting version.

When that’s the case I’ll present them all together. They’re parts or whole of the same image.

When the image is available as a whole, photo or painting, but is used as the background for a gift writing, like Step Mom, I’ll present the gift writing on its own, but link to it from the image’s presentation.

To Purchase Any Image I Offer –

Any image I am offering at Fine Art America is available from me directly, and sometimes other outlets, as a 12×18 poster in a quality format, and is “usually” open for customization as an option for an extra charge. You can contact me at – .

Details re purchase, shipping, payment, and customization can be found on my Eiffel Tower product page at –😊/#purchase

Thanks so much! – Adan

About – San Antonio Riverwalk

An older but updated post of mine from 2011 about my painting San Antonio Riverwalk, with commentary from both 2008 & 2011, in part says –

“this is of mid morning in early april or so, a wonderful time of day in south central texas, warm sunny but not yet hot – the air is fragrant from the myriad of flowers and blooming trees and shrubs, the day is still waking on the riverwalk….”

I’m not sure I’ve come up with a better description of that mid morning walk since 😊

It was 2007, and only a few years since I’d painted it. I wasn’t sure about the date until I looked at the picture’s metadata. Evidently shot this with a prior Canon PowerShot compact! My new Canon compact may be better, but not bad for 12 years ago!

Sheila at Javits Center NYC 2007 ©Felipe Adan Lerma
Sheila at Javits Center NYC 2007 ©Felipe Adan Lerma

A friend I’d worked with in Austin who by then had moved to California bought this from me when I showed it in New York at the Javits Center. I actually UPS’d it to her from NY, also a nice memory ❤️

The art venue at the time has since moved to one of the piers nearby, but the location then was a real treat for Sheila & myself. We could walk almost everywhere and stayed in nearby Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood. We felt very daring being there, though the area had already significantly changed for the better, lol!

For many years, the only prints I had were of San Antonio Riverwalk and Austin at Night. A lot has changed in ten+ years in terms of what prints I can offer, but even better are the memories we have of those earlier days & trips 😊

My Updated 2011 Blog Post Where “San Antonio Riverwalk” is Featured

adan’s original paintings # 3 – “San Antonio Riverwalk” – includes commentary written in 2008 😊

Related Amazon Search & Products

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I do like to point out I pick my selections to showcase from my Amazon searches. May not always be the case, or wholly always the case, but for now, I prefer picking titles and book covers and gift items that just really appeal to me. There’s lots more to choose from, but only have so much room, lol! I hope you enjoy —

My Related River Images on Fine Art America for More Gift Ideas 😊

Sunrise Rowers Lady Bird Lake Austin
Barton Springs Autumn Austin
Snow Flakes By Little River Stowe Vermont
The Seine And Quay Beside Notre Dame, Autumn

San Antonio Riverwalk Gift Ideas via Fine Art America 😊


My Related Blog Posts


Thanks so much everyone! 😊


Artist self portrait - photo of Felipe Adan Lerma on converted railway track bike ferry for the Island Line Trail connecting mainland Vermont to South Hero on Lake Champlain.

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  1. […] Central Park Record Early March Cold Circa 2007 – 8×10 oil circa 2006 (or so) –Fine Art America link – post (painting included in Javits Center art show during March when I took the photo for above painting) – […]

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  2. […] — Felipe Adan Lerma (@FelipeAdanLerma) October 25, 2019 Direct link to my blog post above 😊 […]

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  3. […] The Image – San Antonio RiverwalkLarge, 30×40 I think, painted with water soluble oils in the early 2000s, San Antonio RiverwalkSan Antonio Riverwalk, my cover image for The Old American Artist, is one of two San Antonio painting I’ve done, the other titled the same, 24×36, sold a long time ago in New York. […]

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  4. […] the universe, I gladly took it! ❤️ The painting itself sold long ago in my only New York show. Sheila was there with me and it was a treat – probably of my lifetime, at least in terms of shows – we shared and enjoyed together. […]

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  5. […] 2000s, San Antonio RiverwalkSan Antonio Riverwalk is one of two San Antonio painting I’ve done, the other titled the same, 24×36 I think, sold a long time ago in New York. This particular work, my cover image for The Old American Artist, was in climate control storage […]

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  6. […] directly to the public, but the scene brought back instant memories. Though now I do remember we did an art show at the Javits Center in New York mid 2000s. So a decade ago and before that nearly another decade! I guess seeing the scene today, the day […]

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    • You’re very welcome, Deborah! So glad you stopped by, come by anytime! There’s a lot of imagery, photos & paintings, fitness stuff, mostly fine-tuned for seniors, but rarely not applicable to younger folks 😊


      • Thank you, Adan. I saw a lot to like in San Antonio. There were a couple of different neighborhoods across North Central that I really liked. However, I eventually opted for a much, much smaller city, and chose Alamogordo, NM. A small town with “city” infrastructure. I’m content. 🙂

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        • SA is a very big sprawling city, ie, lots of traveling & traffic, unless you’d been very central, like by the Riverwalk; but the little I’ve seen of NM was wonderful! And the people, I got the impression, are very similar, friendly, down to earth 😊

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