Available for Purchase: Signed open edition reproductions of original paintings by Paul Strahm. 8×10″ ($25), 11×14″ ($35), 16×20″ ($60), 20×30″ ($100). For LARGER sizes, specialty requests and/or framed versions of these images, contact the artist or go here. Shipping within the United States only. Inquire about shipping to other countries.
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The Observatory (North Park)
Colorful theater for concerts located on University Avenue in the heart of North Park.
Spruce Street Suspension Bridge (Banker's Hill)
Built in 1912, this is a 375-foot suspension bridge that spans over Sessions Canyon.
Lestat's on Adams (North Park)
Popular coffee shop for students and creatives.
First Avenue Bridge (Banker's Hill)
Known as "The People's Bridge," this 104 feet high and 463 long bridge spans over Maple Canyon.
Buona Forchetta (South Park)
A local favorite for feeling like you are in Italy getting your favorite pizza.
El Cajon Blvd. (University Heights)
Large "The BOULEVARD" signage located where you are leaving University Heights and entering North Park.
Shakespeare's Pub / El Indio (Lower Mission Hills)
A British pub and a Mexican eatery sit side-by-side along India Street at the foot of Mission Hills.
The Market Place (Banker's Hill)
Wonderful market for locals just west of Balboa Park.
Jimmy Carter's Restaurant (Banker's Hill)
Fun Mexican Restaurant that serves up delicious food daily.
Park Blvd. Entrance Sign (University Heights)
Grand entrance to University Heights with community logo and mascots along Park Blvd.
Rancho's Restaurant (North Park)
A colorful Mexican restaurant that has been around for years.
Parkhouse Eatery (University Heights)
This restaurant was once a home and is charming inside and out...and the food is amazing!
San Diego Bay View (from Banker's Hill)
Painted from the First Avenue Bridge, this is the view you see looking down at the tip of Point Loma.
Fern Street (South Park)
Tree-lined street with a neighborhood barber shop on the left and a mixed use building on the right.
Quince Street Bridge (Banker's Hill)
Historic pedestrian bridge built in 1905 that spans Maple Canyon between Third and Fourth Avenues.
Switzer Canyon (North Park / South Park)
Lively canyon that separates North Park and South Park near Balboa Park.
The Huddle (Mission Hills)
A classic American diner located on Goldfinch. Your "home away from home."