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February 16, 2022

Barbara Dow

BARBARA DOW I enjoy the challenge and excitement of creating something on the canvas that represents my heart and soul.  I paint predominately from photographs that have been taken by my husband, myself or friends.  When working from a photograph, I like to take the dominate subject matter and exaggerate it to the point that it […]

February 4, 2022

Elaine Schaefer Hudson

Elaine Schaefer Hudson “Whimsical Watercolors” Elaine Schaefer Hudson has been painting and showing since the 70’s. Her art degree comes from UCSD, and she continues to enroll in various classes from local colleges, instructors and fellow artists. “One is never too old to learn something new.” These paintings are primarily from her Whimsey series (and […]

February 5, 2021

Ronald Walker

Suburban Primitive art came about from an interest in primitive art, combined with the knowledge that man has not changed genetically in any major way in the last sixty thousand years coupled with a feeling that the problems of being human probably have changed little as well. Ron Walker’s general belief is that life in […]

August 25, 2020

Charlotte Cooper

Charlotte Cooper:  I am an artist who left the practice of metals (where I did two permanent Art in Public Places installations-at Glenn Drive Light Rail Station in Folsom and Consumes-Valley Hi Library) for the world of encaustics. I’ve been exploring this ancient medium since 2000 an explore all the wondrous possibilities. I taught classes […]

February 7, 2020

Bob Tonjes

Robert maintains a studio in his home but also paints on location.  He has worked in all media but concentrates on watercolor, reverse painting on glass and currently acrylic ink on aluminum.  He also worked a screative director of recreation publications, Alameda, CA.  His philosophy is he would like everyone to be able to afford […]

January 14, 2020

Kathi Gibson

Within my art I try to capture moments of feeling and depth. My paintings are meant to remind us of those moments of impact that touch our hearts. Throughout my life, art has been a friend, providing a quiet place to both receive and let go. I have been creating paintings that have brought me […]

February 15, 2019

Constance West

Constance West was born in Dobbs Ferry, New York in 1935.  She started exhibiting as an Artist in 2004.  She was an Actress, Model, Night Club Singer and Homemaker to 4 children and a husband.  Constance started painting in her teens.  Herb Caen, SF Examiner columnist, said of paintings I sold there “The best selling […]

March 21, 2018

Pat Dunsmore-Carrillo

Pat is a very diverse artist.  You can find her paintings, drawings and photography in her studio.  She also does Mural Commissions and Portraits.  

August 2, 2017

Bill Reed

Bill Reed Bill is an animation artist trained in the traditional hand drawn style of cartooning. Bill studied drawing and film arts at Chouinard Art Institute (1962-1966) and has been in the animation industry since 1966. His first job in the film industry was at the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank where he worked on […]

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