One of the things that sets the gallery apart is that it is staffed by local artists. Another is the diversity of artistic media and styles as the show entries demonstrate. Rick Wise’s photograph of “Morning Oysters” is printed on metal instead of paper, as is all his work. Abstract artist Annie Hughes will show one of the new acrylics created during a recent stay at Lake Tahoe. Sandy Morgan has submitted a necklace and cuff fashioned from wild abalone. Ree McLaughlan-Brown, who primarily works in alcohol ink, will show a piece called “Neighborhood Watch.” “Chess Vineyard” in oil is John Peck’s offering. Collage artist Sandra Campbell has entered “Tuscan Cypress,” created in part from marbled papers purchased in Italy. These are just a few of our favorite things.
Come meet the gallery’s artists September 7 at the reception beginning at 2 p.m. The cooperative is located in the heart of Sutter Creek at 35 Main Street. Besides original paintings and photography, the gallery offers numerous affordable items including prints, cards, jewelry, pottery, as well as gourd, glass and fiber arts. Framing and layaway services are also available.
The gallery is open Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For additional information, call 209-267-0228, email email@example.com
|"Morning Oysters" by Rick Wise|
|Pacific Coast Wild Abalone Necklace and Cuff by Sandy Morgan|
|"Neighborhood Watch" by Ree McLaughlan-Brown|
|"Chess Vineyard" by John Peck|
|"Volcano Park" by Cynthia Dunn-Selph|