Posts Tagged ‘gallery’

      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 Beat is off and running with our second show of the summer! “Courage to Imagine,” will be a mixed media show running the month of July. At left is a work by Ananda Oliveri. Ananda works with glass, among other things. More on this artist and others in the weeks to come. Opening […]


     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 […]


    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 […]


     So, all things assemblage at The Beat these days. We are trucking on down the path for the show in May. This should be really fun and inspiring. At the left is a piece from one of the participating artists, Chris Bales, titled: ‘Edifice.’ Chris has a great website of his works, http://www.christopherbales.com If […]


      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 […]