Paintings by Jon Jay Cruson

July 25th, 2014

A Quiet Place

Jon Jay Cruson‘s remarkable career takes him “where the road leads me”, with a current focus on landscape as his primary inspiration.

“Life events– my visual and emotional environments– have guided my work over the last 40 years. I did not always know where I was going, but simply went where the road led me. The metaphor of (more…)


Marie Maretska and Sara Swink

July 10th, 2014

Marie Maretska has returned to creating works on copper after several years of working with vitreous enamel. Many of her copper wall pieces are housed in public buildings and her patrons will be pleased to see that she is exploring (more…)


Sara Swink and Marie Maretska

June 29th, 2014

Sara Swink’s sculptured characters offer a narrative quality that challenges the viewer to participate in creating a story within. Marie Maretska has returned to creating works on copper after several years of working with vitreous enamel. Many of her copper wall pieces are housed in public buildings and her patrons will be pleased to see that she is exploring (more…)


Paintings by Ken Grant

May 31st, 2014

"On the Point"Ken Grant’s paintings invite the viewer into a sunlit comfort zone. They are seductive and serene. His environments include indoor and outdoor scenes that are uncluttered and peaceful. One might be encouraged to focus on the light and shadow (more…)


Gumaelius and Annekatrine

April 25th, 2014

Collaborating artists and husband and wife, Robin and John Gumaelius incorporate ceramic, steel and wood to create animated human and birdlike sculptures. Their works are comical, bizarre and highly inventive. In their unique working relationship, Robin and John combine (more…)


Distinctive Characters and Ordinary Folks

March 20th, 2014

Figurative Paintings by Karen Staal, Wayne Armstrong, Robert Koch, and sculpture by Candace Miller.

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Botanica Artiphonius

February 27th, 2014

Wayne Armstrong, is a prolific artist whose studio is in East Bay area of California. This exhibit features a portfolio of prints, originally watercolor paintings, that appear to be botanical illustrations. On further examination, the viewer will find images and references to familiar master (more…)