Limited Edition - Chambers Bay Painting


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The painting is of Chambers Bay #2. This is a limited edition, fine art reproduction on canvas struck from an original watercolor by internationally collcted artist Peter X O'Brien. Each one is hand signed by Peter. It measures 16x 20 long with 2deep sides. Each painting is gallery wrapped which means the artwork can be hung to the wall as is or easily mounted into a standard 16 x 20" frame. All materials are museum quality, acid free and printed with archival pigmented ink.

About Peter

Peter X O’Brien has been a full time artist since 2001. He has been commissioned by numerous well known country clubs and private collectors to produce original paintings and museum quality reproductions. He participates in several juried art shows on the west coast and has been awarded 6 Best of Shows as well as various other awards. His work has appeared in many publications including Pacific Northwest Golfer, Western Art Collector, Art of the West and Western Art and Architecture magazines.Peter X O'Brien - Artist

Peter has been in and around the game of golf most of his life. He started playing golf at age 9. At 17 he started working on the golf maintenance crew at Black Butte Ranch during the summers. After graduation from college (University of Oregon BS Fine Arts, 1987) he worked as a sales representative for a golf equipment distributorship owned by Peter and David Jacobsen. All the while Peter continued to draw and paint as he has since childhood.

Because of a varied golf background, he feels he is able to capture the true essence of a particular golf course in his paintings. “I know how a course is mowed, irrigated, set up and built. I know how it feels to witness a spectacular sunrise in the Cascade mountains, while mowing greens at the first visible light. My way of sharing those experiences is through my paintings.”


  • Museum quality
  • Acid free
  • Archival pigmented ink

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