Brenda Wood uses gourds to create whimsical “Bikini Birds” and “Gourd Story Boards”, whose expressions will surely bring a smile or giggle. Elaine Woodward paints floral expressions in acrylic, oils and watercolor. Color and movement play an important role in these pieces. Suzette Brooks uses the process of heating glass to create expressions with fused glass…
The Best of the Beach is a collaborative show featuring works by Cindy Fisher, Rhea Kessler and Linda Tynan which represent our beautiful beaches and the wildlife native to this coastal area. Cindy Fisher is presently a watercolor artist, she also paints in oil and acrylics and enjoys metalsmithing as well as ceramics. Often her…
The current Spotlight on Art is Serendipity, a collective show featuring Tammy Caspersen, potter and Suzanne Tuzzeo, photographer. As definition defines it, this show has been developed in a happy or beneficial way and promises bold color and unique finds and twists with a fun, carefree feeling. This show begins July 4. Don’t miss it!
Marianne Arroyo This color pencil series by Marianne Arroyo was done at the height of the covid 19 pandemic. It provided an escape from the news all around us. Suzi Eveleth Suzi continually stretches the limits of bottle glass to create entirely recycled fused mosaics onto vintage frames.
It’s time again for the annual Best of the Bay competition. Blue Morning Gallery has won Best Art Gallery for the past 8 consecutive years. I would like to make it 9 in a row. Would you please vote to nominate Blue Morning Gallery by going to this link https://pnj.secondstreetapp.com/2021-Best-of-the-Bay/. We are listed under the…
Ann Robinson – A potter since the 70’s, Ann has taught pottery and now works from a home studio. Bev Elliott – Collage artist Bev Elliott will bring her vision of Spring to this show. Karron Troil – Fluid acrylic artist Karron Troil is inspired by sugar white sand and emerald green waters.
Art has been a lifelong practice for Caroline Erb, who is currently a junior in the UWF Studio Art BFA program.
Priscilla Clark With a studio overlooking Santa Rosa Sound, Priscilla’s pottery reflects life and movement in, on, over and under the sea. Rhea Kessler Using the Traditional Japanese method of painting fish called “Gyotaku”, Rhea has painted over fifty of our area’s local species. Linda Tynan Linda captures sea life and the reflections of the…