Wednesday, April 10, 2019

April at Sutter Creek Gallery: "Things with Wings"

Birds and bees and skydivers, too.  These are just a few of the images in the “Things with Wings” show in April at Sutter Creek Gallery.  You might also spot an angel perched on a crescent moon and a number of our feathered friends.  Gallery members were invited to stretch their wings for this show which runs throughout the month of April.

Since this is a group show, a variety of media will be represented:  encaustics, gourds, watercolors, alcohol ink, pastels, collages, photography and more.  Among these are Michael Maloney’s “Flight” depicting a skydiver being pursued by a bird, a “Gossamer Wings” angel on aluminum by Ree McLaughlan-Brown, Sandy Morgan’s butterfly and bird jewelry, an ocean-wading egret by Melissa Doyel, and a watercolor rendering of rare snow geese by JoAnn Ogburn. 

Besides original paintings and photography, the gallery offers many affordable items including prints, cards, jewelry, pottery, and gourd, glass and fiber arts.  And this is the place to get all your matting and framing needs handled. 

The gallery is open daily, except Tuesday, from 10 a.m. to 5 pm. For additional information, call 209-267-0228, email or visit   

"Flight" by Michael Mahoney
"Rare Blue-morph Snow Geese" by JoAnn Ogburn
"Sprite" by Wendy Ward
Peacock necklace by Sandy Morgan

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