We’ll Be Closed Thursday, November 24th for Thanksgiving
But don’t worry, we’ll be back Friday the 25th!
We’re so thankful for YOU
* * * Stay tuned for more information about our holiday sale * * *
Come Take a Stroll
Save the date, and tell your friends! We’re one of 12 locations participating in the Holiday Treasure Stroll of Monterey Street. Join the fun and collect tokens from each business to be entered in a drawing for a gift basket giveaway!
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Artist Reception will be held December 3rd, from 4pm-7pm (changed from 2pm-4pm)
And after you’ve enjoyed chatting with our artists, have finished perusing the beautiful art in our gallery, and maybe bought a special gift for that special someone, make sure to visit the other 11 businesses displaying art during the Monterey Street Holiday Treasure Stroll!
Last opportunity to delight in
Clockwise from top left: “November Flowers” by Leslie Parsons, “Pretty Prickly” by Shirley Horacek, “Botanical Garden” by Larry Kappen, “Unloading the Catch of The Day” by Sarah Delong, “Fractured Light and Houses” by Pamela Haste, and “Off the Trail” by Chuck Crotser
Though subject and style vary, this exhibition celebrates six accomplished local watercolorists and their devotion to this time-honored tradition. Come and experience the ethereal qualities of this immersive medium in our upcoming show… “Just Add Water”
Exhibit runs through November 28th
ATTENTION ALL ARTISTS in SLO County! Want to improve your drawing skills while also building a community of supportive creatives? Then join the drawing group SloDrawz! Fee is $20 per session or $60 for a month’s pass. Registration is preferred as the workshop is maxed to 15 people. You can sign up by messaging the Instagram @SloDrawz or email Chantelle at firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming Classes & Workshops
Please remember that we have a small parking lot. If you are attending one of our demonstrations or workshops, and it is not a physical hardship for you, please park on one of the nearby side streets. We appreciate your consideration.
For more info on each class, click on the “click here” button for more info about each class, or click on the class title which will take you to our calendar!
When: Sunday, December 11th, 12:30pm-2:30pm
On the subject of furbabies… We will accept donations for Second Chance at Love Humane Society until Christmas Eve! Second Chance at Love is a no-kill animal welfare organization, founded in 1994 for our society’s dog outcasts. Bring in some canned and/or dry food and show some love for these pups! We will deliver all donated dog food after Christmas.
Local Art News
Steve Andrews is displaying some of his work at The Clark Center in Arroyo Grande! Andrews has been a longtime supporter of our virtual gallery and participated in our last gallery exhibit, “The Good, the Bad, and the Lovely”.
Steve’s work is dynamic and explorative – he uses found objects to create geometrically pleasing visuals. Make sure to stop by The Clark Center on Saturday, November 19th from 2pm-4pm to talk to Steve Andrews himself!
During this workshop, students will learn how to stretch canvas onto stretcher bars.
Then, they’ll pour the wine while you learn several different methods of pouring acrylic paints to make stunning abstract artworks. No previous knowledge or artistic skills required. Participants will take home two completed acrylic paint poured artworks.
Participants must be 21 years of age or older.
Workshop is November 20th, 4pm-7pm
In this solo exhibition featuring new egg oil tempera paintings, Joshua Aster presents works inspired by memories of place, domestic patterns, and challenging current events. Composed of interconnected or overlapping scenes, these works feature triangular grids that obscure specificity, while providing a jumping off point for transformation into a new kind of possibility. Created as a meditation on the elements of our fragile existence, the paintings weave together elements of love and fear, hope and joy.
Exhibit runs until December 16th, 2022