Posts Tagged ‘artists’

      We’ve been busy rehanging work here at the gallery. Several new pieces are in and we are finishing the mixed media show. It’s all in a wonderful mix of old and new. There are new ceramic pieces by Jill Brugler and newbie Paul Kaplan. Michael has added several new oils he worked on over […]


     What a month!  Just when you think you are in “greased grooves”…oh well, onward. The West Coast Assemblage Show is winding down. We want to thank all the pals and friends who came by, the show has been a great success. Had we have known what a splash this show would be for our […]


      The most fun thing to come in to the gallery in weeks got here yesterday. Michelle’s Attic Journals. Michelle tells a great story worthy of life out here on the West Coast edge: “Attic Journals began on a sleepy Saturday morning in 2004 when we happened upon a beautiful tattered book at a San […]


     What a fun piece came in last week! Our home is about horses, so we are partial, especially to paintings with a historical look. Although we think this painting was done in the 1970’s, it surely has that feeling of the horse being center stage (of course) with the humans and action taking a […]


     I enjoy showing off the interesting artworks that come into The Beat. I also enjoy trying to hunt down information on lesser-known artists. This piece gives me the chance to do both. It really fits the feel of our gallery, seeming rather retro-but actually was painted in 2009. The current owner is downsizing his […]


     New work by Susan this week, at left, “A Slightly Sinister Alphabet” employing paper dolls from Edward Gorey drawings. Funny how this piece sat around half-done for weeks until the Gorey drawings popped up, and how fun it was to finish!  We’ll show it off this friday at the gallery for Art Walk in […]


What a charming work came into the gallery last week! I was drawn to the brush strokes, the rich colors, and the warm, golden light hitting the table on the left. But this painting is unsigned. I’m nosey. I wonder who did this painting? Was this a study done at the artist’s window? I imagine […]