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Here’s what you need to know about our 10th Anniversary sale!


Join us for 20 days of 20% OFF! *

We want to thank all of you for supporting our store and keeping our art community alive and stronger than ever!

If your membership is current:

You can get 50% OFF* one item when you come in during our sale – use this code: MEMBER*50

Please note – you may use this code throughout the sale, but only 1 item per day. *

*Excludes clearance, closeout and sale items, as well as artwork from our Gallery! Sorry, but special sale discounts may not be combined with any other discounts.

AS ALWAYS, we will be offering members 20% off membership renewals as well!

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Spread the Love Virtually!

February 12th we will be posting our NEXT VIRTUAL GALLERY and this one is special – A Valentine theme!
Send your LOVE-themed artwork for this special Virtual Gallery exhibit to
Include your name along with art medium, title, size and an inspirational message or art description for our followers!

And now, sit back and enjoy this week’s


“Pink Orchid” Oil Painting by Susan Kounanis
“Thank you sooo much!!  It’s so much fun! 🤗”

“untitled” by John Langdon
solid paint, found objects 10.75” x 9″

“This is a dramatically new direction for me. The pieces start with hunks of solid paint extracted from old quart cans of house paint. They find their home in custom made kitchen drawers.” – John
‘North Coast‘ 16×20 acrylic

by Robert Mohle

“Painting inspiring scenes from our beautiful Central Coast has helped me through these challenging times.” – Rob
Emergence is 2″ x 9″ x 6″ by Richard Mortensen

Reaching Out is 2″ x 8″ x 7″ by Richard Mortensen

“Here are two new pieces, for your consideration, using a technique called under pressure. during the fusing process the glass is subjected to weight which results in a water color like effect of the glass being “smeared” for want of a better word and rather random shapes which I enjoy!  it has taken awhile to “master” this approach having to find just the right amount of weight to avoid breakage; I think I’m getting hooked!”
– richard mortensen
“Here is an image of chaparral backlit by the setting sun – captured from Estero Bluffs State Park.”  by Cheryl Strahl

” Discover ” by Steve Andrews
mixed Acrylic / Watercolor, with
Inlaid Unruh Red paper, on Mat and Plastic
27 h  x   17 w
  “A new direction, always forward.”
“Seaside Fairies” by Jay Bonestell in Acrylic 
“Twilight” Jay Bonestell in Acrylic

“Summer morning in Morretti Canyon I was struck by the shadow pattern.”
-Lia Anisgard

“Zion Glory” by Lia Anisgard

“SLO Beauty” 11 x 14, Pastel by Ji Li

“Poppy hoping for a treat” by Susan Robinson

“This stained glass piece:  Untitled, 10.5 inches, by James Cain.
I started doing stained glass work in 1972 in SLO.  I was trained
by Paul Laurie and have designed and made many pieces.  I also
Repaired stained glass in a church in Santa Maria and the Cathedral
In Galway, Ireland.  In addition I created a window for a church in
Coalingo, California.  The dimensions of this window are 6 ft wide
And 12ft tall, design consists of white doves flying up to the “light”
Represented by yellow glass at the very top of the panel. The field of
the piece consists of various shades of a Blue background.
I dedicated this window to my late wife, Judy Cain.” – James Cain

What’s Going On In Our Art Community In And Around SLO County

Be sure to tune into Facebook for a Virtual Art After Dark,
follow instructions here:

Find even MORE of Tricia Reichert’s exciting new classes on her site HERE

Online Art Workshops and lessons (Drawing and Oil Painting) with Jason Mayr HERE

SLO County Arts’ Newsletter

“Santa Rita Ranch, Magical Trail”, by Laurel Sherrie, original oil painting

“SLOPE Paints the Serene Magic of Santa Rita Ranch”
A Virtual Art Exhibit
January 28 – February 28, 2021
Please join the Opening Reception, January 28, Thursday, 6-7 PM. 
For the virtual opening party, tune in live on Youtube  (link coming soon) at 6pm on January 28th. We will speak with each artist about their style, technique, and what inspires them as they paint the landscapes of the Central Coast.
Exhibit Webpage: