Fields in Color

September 21st, 2015

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 (more…)

Julia and Noriko

August 27th, 2015

Julia Janeway
As a clay artist, I feel I am constantly testing that
question of function. My wall pieces began as platters for
people to use; now they have evolved into (more…)

Intimate Visions

July 27th, 2015

Untitled Encaustic

Cathy Valentine‘s work is abstract in nature, with a sense of randomness. “I consider my paintings to be a type of emotional landscape, my own internal language. I feel as though (more…)

Crows and Ravens

June 24th, 2015

Susan Hargrove is an Ashland, Oregon native. Many years ago, Susan moved to Sacramento, CA to pursue art education as her career. Susan’s dream has been to come back to her home town with an exhibition (more…)

Robin & John Gumaelius and Vince Carl

May 29th, 2015

ROBIN & JOHN GUMAELIUS, whose sculpture is coveted by our patrons present their annual show of new work. This extraordinary husband and wife team combine (more…)

Focus on the Mood

April 23rd, 2015

Wayne Armstrong’s spare compositions, muted colors and lack of features direct attention towards an interior drama, allowing the viewer to reveal what is invisible and make (more…)

Connect the Dots

March 29th, 2015

Sculpture by Wataru Sugiyama and Paintings by Randall Tipton

Elements of Japanese history and mythology are almost the exclusive focus of Wataru’s creations. He interprets imaginary and existing objects and gives them a modern twist by bringing his personal vision (more…)