Designer Steve Holler will have a show of his paintings in June in AmadorArts Gallery
Artist, designer, educator Steve Holler of Rancho Murieta and The Sea Ranch will be featured at AmadorArts Gallery for the month of June. Starting June 6, the same date as the 1st Saturday Art Trek, be sure to find your way to 11-A Randolph St. one block off Main Street in Sutter Creek. An open-to-the-public reception for Holler will be held June 6th from 3 to 6 pm inside the gallery.
Holler has enjoyed a successful career in design as an internationally recognized creative director and designer working with some of the finest talent in the communication design profession. Now, a full-time fine artist and educator, he applies his communication abilities to connect with the viewer through painting and drawing. Created in acrylic on canvas Holler’s images strive to introduce the viewer to new visual possibilities found in every day life. Check out his use of bold color, descriptive light and compositional form.
Holler holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree from The Kansas City Art Institute, and a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree from The California College of The Arts, with additional graduate study at the Yale University, School of Art. Currently, Steve is on the full-time faculty of The Art Institute of California–Sacramento. He lives with his wife Jeannie just north of Amador and on the Sonoma County coast.
Also in the June show will be permanent AmadorArts Gallery contributor Karen Crane of Jackson. She will have a collection of her pieces including smaller earrings and pendants, as well as simple bracelets, selected especially for all-occasion gift giving. AmadorArts Gallery is open Saturdays and Sundays from 12 to 4 pm (until 6 pm on 1st Saturdays). During the week it’s best to call ahead (209) 267-9038. For more information visit www.amadorarts.org.