Tuesday, March 29, 2011

"Ferndale from Meridian" by Camille Regli

The "Ferndale from Meridian" painting was a gift to the Ferndale Women's Club to hang in the newly restored Town Hall.

Friday, March 25, 2011

"White Wine" by Camille Regli

"White Wine" will be part of the RAL group exhibit at Moonstone at the end of the year.

"Secret Valley" by Camille Regli

This was a study in green, painted at the Guthrie Creek trail head, after the fog lifted.

Friday, March 18, 2011

"William and Mable Scott" by Yevonne Reynolds


My grandparents, Mable A. Scott and William A. Scott are drawn in graphite referenced from their 50th anniversary photo taken in 1956.

Monday, March 14, 2011

"The Red Vase" by Susan Strope

This and other florals can be seen during Arts Alive in the upstairs of Studio S.

"Engaged" by Susan Strope

Painted for the figure challenge show in April at Studio S.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

"Hope Valley Campground" by Camille Regli

6"x 12" oil
This painting and the one below were both painted on my Lake Tahoe trip with Kaye Harden last fall. $150.

"Grass Lake" by Camille Regli

11"x 14" oil
Painted on my Lake Tahoe Trip with Kay Harden last fall.

Monday, March 7, 2011

"Morning Fog on Lake Shasta" by Yevonne Reynolds

24" x 18" colored pencil

Every year a group of ladies get together and rent a house boat on Lake Shasta, CA. We have been doing that for about 10 years now. I always take a lot of photos so when I get home, I have references to create the wonderful landscapes of that area.

Sunday, March 6, 2011

"Humboldt Crabs at Arcata Ball Park" by Beverly Harper

"Humboldt Crabs at Arcata Ball Park" is an open edition print celebrating the long tradition of Crabs Baseball in Humboldt County. The team, founded in 1945 is the oldest continuously-operated collegiate baseball team in the country. 2011 marks the 67th consecutive year of Crabs baseball. The team is based in Arcata, California, approximately 250 miles north of San Francisco, and play their home games at the Arcata Ball Park.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

"Cacique" by Sara Starr

6" x 8" high-fire tile

"Cacique" is a high-fire tile that I brought to La Penita, Mexico, as a gift to the gallery owner who hosted our plein aire oil painting workshop. Caciques are related to orioles and grackles, and several of them reside in the garden next to the house we rented for our trip. A fabulous bird! I hope to post some results from my workshop soon!

"Alibi" by Sara Starr

22" x 28" watercolor

"Alibi" depicts some of Arcata's beloved landmarks---wonderful old neon bar signs on the north side of the Plaza. This painting won Honorable Mention in the Winter 2010 Humboldt Arts Council Juried show at the Morris Graves Art Museum.