Mitchell Freifeld
Portland, Oregon

Mitchell Freifeld cannot remember a time when he did not draw and paint. He won his first juried show at age 10 and decided that someday, he’d be a “real painter.” He settled in the San Francisco Bay Area in the early ’70s and got involved in the burgeoning tech industry. From there, he moved to Portland upon accepting an information technology position. After being laid off the day of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, he devoted himself full-time to painting and has been living his dream ever since. His work focuses on architecture and cityscapes, and portrays everyday places that “become lost to our curiosity through sheer familiarity.”

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Orange Umbrellas
25" x 30" , oil painting
$1,000

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Red Hills
25" x 30" , oil painting
$1,000

Old Times
25" x 30" , oil painting
$1,000


Elephant Rock Motel
25" x 30" , oil painting
$1,100

Fly Away
25" x 35" , oil painting
$1,100

Thunderbird Motel
25" x 35" , oil painting
$1,100


Oasis
25" x 30.5" , oil painting
$1,100

Interior View
30" x 40" , oil painting
$1,800

Eames House #2
30" x 40" , oil painting
$1,800


Two Red Chairs
30" x 25" , oil painting
$1,125

Mirage
25" x 30" , oil painting
$1,125

Air Stream 6
14" x 14" , oil painting
$300


Main Entrance
25" x 30" , oil painting
$1,125

Four Pools
25" x 31" , oil painting
$1,150

Two Chaise
17" x 25" , oil painting
$675


Edge of Night in a Modern Neighborhood
30" x 50" , oil painting
$2,225

Covered Patio
17" x 30" , oil painting
$775

Red Couch
20" x 30" , oil painting
$925


The Swimmer's Home
15" x 36" , oil painting
$850

Airstream 3
15" x 20" , oil painting
$425

Chimney
40" x 30" , oil painting
$1,800


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Bamboo
40" x 40" , oil painting
$2,300

Brick Patio
30" x 40" , oil painting
$1,800

Martel
30" x 50" , oil painting
$2,225


Green Valley Mall
35" x 60" , oil painting
$2,800

Emas House
30" x 40" , oil painting
$1,800


Shangri La
25" x 30" , oil painting
$1,100

William Cody Gas Station #2
25" x 30" , oil painting
$475

Desert Gas Station
25" x 30" , oil painting
$475


Modern Restaurant
17" x 25" , oil painting
$300

Home Office Sushi
25" x 30" , oil painting
$475

Eames Chair
25" x 30" , oil painting
$475


Pool Side #2
40" x 50" , oil painting
$1,275

Pool Side
40" x 40" , oil painting
$2,250

William Cody Gas Station
25" x 44" , oil painting
$650


Fuller's - Later Afternoon
22" x 40" , oil painting
$1,025

Eichler #2
30" x 40" , oil painting
$2,275

Water Tanks
26.5" x 34.5" , oil painting
$1,350


In the Small Hours #3
20" x 30" , oil painting
$1,050

Fourth Floor No Waiting
25" x 35" , oil painting
$1,500

Crossing Clinton Street
30" x 30" , oil painting
$1,500


Modern Hotel with Underpass
18" x 30" , oil painting
$1,200

Three A.M.
30" x 22" , oil painting
$1,250

Violin Shop
30" x 20" , oil painting
$650


One Car Garages
29" x 40" , oil painting
$1,075

Corner Restaurant
22" x 42" , oil painting
$1,000

Hot Afternoon
30" x 50" , oil painting
$1,575


Half
28" x 47" , oil painting
$1,250

Orange Awning
18" x 22" , oil painting
$475


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commentsDesert Gas Station
P Izzo purchased this artwork. 8/10/2017 | 2:36 PM

Love the feeling this evokes of our trips to the desert!

K Moon 5/29/2015 | 12:48 AM

I really love the artwork I bought, "In The Small Hours #3." The colors are vibrant. It's just beautiful. Thanks Mitch!

K Moon 4/2/2015 | 9:03 PM

Love your artwork and delivering your mail.

commentsCorner Restaurant
S Day purchased this artwork. 6/11/2014 | 2:37 PM

This is a fun and interesting piece of art. I like what he does. I like the colors. It is bright but not annoyingly so. He does nice clean work and his finish is neatly done. His photos of his art on UGallery are the real thing. No camera or lighting alterations. Good Job Mr. Freifeld!