Posts Tagged ‘assemblage’

     This month at the gallery we are focusing on our own works. After a fun summer of two great shows and new found artist friends, it’s time to hunker down and get ready for fall and the holiday season. Michael is ordering gift items for the gallery floor, we have purchased a few new […]


      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 […]


     Pamela Holmes    ‘ Leibniz’s Seeing Double’        mixed media on metal       ‘Courage to Imagine,’ the current show at The Beat, has proved to be another winner. And, as diverse as all the artists are, the presentation is surprisingly peaceful. This is a testament to good placement and design by not only the artists, […]


     The opening night for our West Coast Art Assemblage Show was a smashing success. The little gallery was packed, with overflow out the door and on to the sidewalk. Once the show was hung, we had a day to quietly admire the incredible array of talent from up and down the coast of California. […]


    In continuing a look at the artists represented at the West Coast Art Assemblage Show, here’s Hans Bruhner. We met Hans several years ago and have enjoyed his captivating personality and imaginative works ever since. Hans was born in Stockholm, Sweden. A self-taught photographer, he has remained on the art scene since the sixties, enjoying a “beat” aesthetic  that he brings […]


      March winds are blowing through town today and I figured out one needs to really spred the legs out on the sandwich board if it’s not to blow down and take a small pedestrian with it. The gallery is snug and warm and the back studio is calling with a new assemblage started. The […]


     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 […]