Thursday, September 2, 2004
Art Openings | Events
Artist Loft Co-op gallery of the Central Coast Art Association. Members share space at the gallery by a lottery draw held each month. Reception: 9/4, 2-6 pm. 700 Cannery Row, Suite RR, Monterey. 655-2222.
The Carmel Art Association Surfaces. Group show features painters Alex Gonzales, Heidi Hybl, Barbara Johnson and Michel Tsouris, as well as sculptor Gustavo Torres. Reception: 9/2, 6-8pm. Dolores Street btwn. 5th & 6th, Carmel. 624-6176 or www.carmelart.org. Ends 10/6.
Coast Gallery Big Sur Exhibit of frog sculptures by Tim “The Frogman” Cotterill. Reception: 9/4, 1-5pm. Highway One, Big Sur. 797-6869 or www.coastgalleries.com.
Park Gallery Lindsay Frei exhibits her modern still life paintings. Reception: 9/4, 4-6:30 pm. Mission btwn. 5th & 6th, Carmel. 625-0182 or www.parkgallery.com.
Sofanya’s Art Gallery Big Sur, Little People.
Abstract paintings by Helga Brown-Scarlett. Reception: 9/3,
5-7pm. Highway One, Fernwood, Big Sur. 667-2130.
Alvarado Gallery Atmospheric Abstracts and Plein Air. Ann Walbert and Robert Lewis show how the Central Coast offers different perspectives to each individual. Monterey Conference Center, One Portola Plaza, Monterey. 646-3991. Ends 9/20.
The Ansel Adams Gallery The Intimate and the Grand. Photographs featuring the work of local artists Jeffrey Conley and William Neill. Fireplace Lounge, Park Hyatt Carmel, Highlands Inn, 120 Highland Dr., Carmel. 620-1234. Ends 9/12.
The Art House Studio-Gallery New work from Charles Prentiss, Peggy Olsen, Susan Jenkins, Pilar Marien, Yvonne Gorman, and others. 226 17th St., Pacific Grove. 373-8888.
Bookbuyers Toward An Alchemy of Place. Local landscapes in oil by Michael McDonald. Also mixed media works by Tatyana Apraksina. 600 Lighthouse Ave., Monterey. 375-4208.
Center for Photographic Art R.R. Jones. Images reflecting an almost half-decade among prominent shamans and spiritual leaders throughout Bali, Thailand, Laos and Myanmar. Sunset Cultural Center, San Carlos & 9th, Ste. 1, Carmel. 625-5181. Ends 9/17.
CSU Monterey Bay Library Battlefield Training Murals of Fort Ord by Dennis Sun and The Gliceé Revolution. Utilizing new digital tools, CSUMB students explore revolutionary directions in creative expression and artistic output. Bldg 12, 3rd St., CSUMB. 582-3653. Ends 9/17.
Eric’s Showroom & Gallery Fascination: Woman. Original, abstract, surreal, works by Eric J. Sheele. Hampton Court on 7th, btwn. Dolores & San Carlos, Carmel. 620-1585.
Hauk Fine Arts Early and contemporary California art. Belle Yang, Armin Hansen, Percy Gray, Pam Carroll, Judith Deim, M. DeNeal Morgan, Edgar Payne, and others. 206 Fountain Ave., Pacific Grove. 373-6007.
Hawthorne Gallery Paintings and sculptures by Gregory Hawthorne and family, as well as others. Opposite Nepenthe Restaurant on Highway 1, Big Sur. 667-3200 or www.hawthornegallery.com.
Lisa Coscino Gallery Context: Art With Words is a multi-media group show. Also, Jose Lozano’s exhibit of new work on paper, In Mid Air. 216 Grand Ave., Pacific Grove. 646-1939 or www.lisacoscinogallery.com. Ends 9/4.
Monterey History and Art Association Tales of Two Adobes: Keepsakes of 200 Years, a multi-dimensional exhibit of Monterey’s oldest pair of adobes and the families who lived there. Stanton Center/Maritime Museum, 5 Custom House Plaza, Monterey. 429-1964, ext. 22. Ends 10/31.
Monterey Museum of Art San Francisco and the Second Wave: The Blair Collection of Bay Area Abstract Expressionism, ends 11/7. Off the Press: Handmade and letterpress books from UCSC Special Collections, ends 9/5. 559 Pacific St., Monterey. 372-5477.
Monterey Museum of Art/La Mirada Restless Seas: Works by Armin Hansen; Body of Work: including works by Man Ray, Rufino Tamayo and Georges Rouault; The Art and Craft of Japanese Packaging; and bronzes by Montana sculptor Charles Russell. 720 Via Mirada, Monterey. 372-3689.
National Steinbeck Center From the Sierra to the Sea: The California Landscapes of Chiura Obata, Japanese-American painter. 1 Main St., Salinas. 775-4725. Ends 11/7.
Nido Gallery and Fine Home Furnishings Recycled Art Show featuring Gaza Bowen, Ed Leeper, Noëlle Knutsen, Ray Magsalay and other local artists. Hours: 11am-5pm. 7951 Moss Landing Rd, Moss Landing. 632-3801. Ends 10/23.
The Outer Edge Studio Hot Rods, a multimedia exhibit featuring work by David Perry, Sara Ray, Jacob McClure, Bruce Gossett, Marco Almera, Cole Foster and Ed Cerro. 146 Bonifacio Pl., Monterey. 655-2788. Ends 9/23.
The Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History Portraits of the Great Apes by Robert Cooper. 165 Forest Ave., Pacific Grove. 648-5716 or www.pgmuseum.org. Ends 1/8.
The Parkside Gallery The works of scratchboard engraver Alderson Magee. Dolores btwn. Ocean & 7th, Carmel. 625-5565.
Phillips Gallery of Fine Art The evocative city streetscapes and warm bar and café culture paintings of Michael Flohr. Realistic wine paintings of Thomas Arvid. 1 Ocean Ave., Carmel. 626-1617.
Photography West Gallery The photographs of Christopher Burkett. New images and images from his book Resplendent Light. Dolores St. btwn. Ocean and 7th Ave., Carmel. 625-1587.
Richard MacDonald Fine Art Original drawings, rare paintings and sculptures by Richard MacDonald. San Carlos between 5th & 6th, Carmel; and Pebble Beach at The Lodge. 624-8200.
Robert Lewis Gallery On-location oil landscapes by Robert Lewis. 201 1/2 Forest Ave., Pacific Grove. 333-9046.
Rollick’s Internet Café Meditations in Ink: the paintings of Georgia Schultz. Reception: 9/25, 6-8pm. 210 Main St., Old Town Salinas. 758-9126. Ends 9/5.
Sally Griffin Senior Center Lesley Ann Spowart exhibits her work. 700 Jewell St., Pacific Grove. 375-4454. Ends 9/30.
Sasoontsi Gallery Six From Fifty-Four. The art of six Salinas High graduates of 1954. Lincoln Street at Central Avenue, Salinas. 751-1777. Ends 9/28.
Savage Stephens Contemporary Art Works David Stephens: new series of mixed media abstract paintings. Robin Daniels: oil and encaustic on board. Tom Hamel: archetypal goddesses carved in stone. Dolores between 5th & 6th, Carmel. 626-0800.
Slautterback Chapman Fine Arts Paintings and mixed media art of Carol Chapman and Fred Slautterback. 652 Redwood, Sand City. 394-5170.
Thomas Kinkade Museum Norman Rockwell: The American Family Drawings. 590 Calle Principal, Monterey. 655-1477 or www.kinkademuseum.org. Ends 9/16.
Trajan Gallery Paintings by Barry Masteller, Thomas Pradzynski, and Keith Miller; sculptures by Popliteo and Maria Luisa Campoy. Ocean & San Carlos, Carmel. 625-4388. Ends 8/31.
Valley Art Gallery Autumn: art work showing the fall season in a variety of media. 218 Main St., Salinas. 422-4162. Ends 9/25.
Walter Lee Avery Gallery Jazz Art. An exhibit of artwork submitted for the City of Seaside’s Jazz Art Competition. Reception: 9/11, 7-10pm. Seaside City Hall, 440 Harcourt Ave., Seaside. 899-6811. Ends 9/23.
Youth Arts Collective 2nd Museum Art Exhibit at the
Monterey Museum of Art’s Buck Gallery. 559 Pacific St.,
Monterey. 372-5477. Ends 10/16.
Robert Lewis Gallery “Plein Air Painting Workshop: A Beginner’s Intensive.” Four-day workshop designed to establish the aspiring plein air artist in the fundamentals of open air landscape oil painting. $150. 201 1/2 Forest Ave., Pacific Grove. 333-9046 or www.robertlewisgallery.com.