Sacramento Artist Linda Nunes to Demonstrate in October Encaustic and Mixed Media artist Linda Nunes will be the demonstrator on Wednesday, October 9th, following the general meeting that starts at 7pm. Linda has had extensive solo and group exhibitions throughout Northern California, and has even had her work installed on trains in the Sacramento Muni system. She studied Studio Art at California State University Sacramento and now holds classes and workshops of her own, as well as being a board member of the Sierra Wax Artists. See more of Linda’s art on her website lnunesart.com.
Monday, September 30, 2019
Many artists are influenced at a young age and Leanne Kelly is no exception. Raised on the Onondaga reservation by her mother who worked in many mediums, including sewing, beading and basket weaving, Kelly learned the skills that she now includes in her work. Early on she began drawing and working with colored pencils, creating drawings of wildlife, botanicals and portraits of French mastiffs, later showing and breeding the dogs. In time she discovered gourds and began applying the skills she previously learned to create pieces ornamented with drawing, carving, wood burning, dying, bead inlay and basket weaving. Combining art with gourds she has found provides endless possibilities.
Kelly’s love of plants and nature was fostered by her mother, a naturalist and avid gardener. The artist’s pieces reflect this and show up in her other creative outlet, growing and propagating cactus and succulents. Kelly owns a small nursery and hybridizes brightly colored flowering cactus and cold hardy succulents. The plants she grows are inspirations for her art and are truly art themselves. In addition to her gourds, necklaces and colored pencil drawings, Kelly will display many of her cacti and enjoys discussing the plants and their properties.
Come meet Leanne Kelly at her reception on Saturday, October 5, beginning at 2 p.m. She is one of the many local artists exhibiting at the cooperative 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
|Dream Catcher gourd|
|Triple Sister necklace|
Cathleen Berglund is the guest artist at Gallery 10, Sutter Creek, for October, 2019.
Cathleen thinks that she may have been carrying a sketch book and pen when she was born because she has rarely been without them for seven decades. She has filled dozens of sketch books and painted hundreds of uniquely recognizable works.
She studied art primarily with the renowned Maurice Lapp, to whom she owes her pronounced sense of color and balance. She has been a featured artist in shows locally, in Sonoma County, and in Washington State. Twenty five years ago, she joined with fellow artists to form Gallery 10 in Sutter Creek where she will be the featured artist in October. She has painted several new pieces expressly for this show.
Cathleen sketches what catches her eye, and if she likes the sketch, it usually becomes a painting: laundry dancing on the line, sleeping cats, a book left open on a chair, or a simple landscape. Interiors with untold stories are favorite subjects. She has published two small books featuring her Coyote poems, and has printed some of her favorite paintings as greeting cards.
A reception will be held in her honor on Saturday, October 5, 2-5 P.M. All are welcome! For more information, visit Gallery 10's web site at: www.gallery10.org
On Facebook at: Facebook.com/Gallery10SutterCreek/
Thursday, September 19, 2019
Monday, September 2, 2019
|"Falling Leaves Do No Harm"|
by Jim Glanton
A variety of media, styles, and subject matter will be on display in the fine art raffle. Paintings, jewelry, ceramics, collages, photographs, encaustics and more. There will be art depicting dogs and cats and elephants and other critters as well. Desert scenes, mountains and waterfalls are featured among the many landscapes. Florals will be on display as well as various types of jewelry. This is a chance to win a piece of art by your favorite artist.
Each of the Art in Amador participants, as well as other area artists, has donated an original piece for the raffle. This raffle is the Association’s only fundraiser and all proceeds fund scholarships for local students and the spring high school student art show. Tickets are only $1 each and you get to choose which items to take a chance on. The drawing will take place at 3:00 p.m. on September 15 and you need not be present to win. We’ll call you.
We could not put on the art show and raffle without the support of our sponsors: Jackson Rancheria, Gold Country Marketing, the Amador County Arts Council, Amador Gourd Artists, St. Katharine Drexel Men’s Club, and Sierra Belles. Additional information about the event and its participants is available on our website, www.amadorartists.org.
|Abalone and Glass Pendant and Bracelet by Sandy Morgan|
|"Fly Catcher" by Donna Bohlin|
|"Grand Mesa" by Em Rojas (oil)|
|"Koi Fish" by Mary Sue Palmquist|
|"Looking Out" (photo) by Wendy Ward|
|"Moonlit Falls" (oil) by John Peck|
|"Poppies and Lupine" (watercolor) by Jeannie Vodden|