On the corner of Geary St. and Powell St. in Union Square, San Francisco Financial District. Sunlight reflects from the bronze plumage of a palm branch as it settles on the horizon. The cars shine brightly as they seem to be stationed in single file, waiting to board beams of sunlight. The painting is on a gallery wrapped canvas with finished black edges. It comes ready to hang.

- Seth Couture

Union Square, Looking West on Geary and Powell

Acrylic painting on stretched canvas

Signed on front

36" h x 48" w x 1.5" d
5 lbs. 0 oz.



Seth Couture
El Dorado Hills, California

Getting to Know Seth

Seth’s life and art career are anything but normal. As a teenager, he left an abusive home and put himself through high school. After graduation, he made his way to California, where the noted painter Tom X took him under his wing. Then, in 2004, Seth put down his brushes for almost six years to focus on a biotech career. It wasn’t until he reunited with his grandmother after nearly 20 years apart that he considered painting full-time. She was a recognized artist and continuously encouraged him to paint. When she passed away just three years after they reunited, Seth decided to pursue his dream. He moved north and built an art studio. Today, he is one of UGallery’s top creators.