Thursday, September 23, 2004
| art openings | events
The 16th Annual Monterey County Artists’ Studio Tour Self-guided studio tour of 106 local artists. Sat-Sun, 10am-6pm (see story, p. 48). 375-2208.
The Butterfly and Lantern Anne Longman and Jim Strickland exhibit their watercolor and mixed-media paintings of Monterey Bay. Reception: 9/25, 6-8pm. 709A Lighthouse Ave, Pacific Grove. 655-0303. Ends 10/23.
Chapman Gallery Night and Day. Two man exhibition of new works by Keith Lindberg and Reed Farrington. Reception: 9/25, 5:30-7pm. 7th between San Carlos and Mission, Carmel. 626-1766 or www.chapmangallery.com. Ends 12/30.
Coastal Impressions Gallery Grand Opening. 150 framed and unframed oil and acrylic plein-aire paintings that capture the essence of California’s Central Coast. 2014 Sunset Dr., Pacific Grove. 277-5445.
J Johnson’s Studio One Closing Out/Moving Out Party. Begins at noon. Sensual landscape oils by Jon Johnson, colorful Picasso-esque paintings by Judy Hurly, mobiles/sculpture by Craig Hubler, and large abstracts by Carolanna. All framed and matted photos sold at less than wholesale prices. 700 Cannery Row, Monterey. 899-0442.
The Outer Edge Studio First Monterey locals’ show with artwork by Mark Jones, Robert (RB) Morris III, Dabo, Khambrel Green, Khalid Hussein and Munktiki. Live DJ music. Reception: 9/24, 6-9pm. 146 Bonifacio Place, downtown Monterey. 655-2788. Ends 11/2.
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 10/3.
| ongoing exhibits
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 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.
Artist Loft Co-op Gallery of the Central Coast Art Association. Members share space at the gallery by a lottery draw held each month. 700 Cannery Row, Suite RR, Monterey. 655-2222.
Bagel Bakery Expressionistic oil paintings by Christine Colón. 1132 Forest Ave., Pacific Grove. 236-5426. Ends 9/30.
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.
The Carmel Art Association Surface. Group show features painters Alex Gonzales, Heidi Hybl, Barbara Johnson, Michel Tsouris, and sculptor Gustavo Torres. Dolores between 5th and 6th, Carmel.624-6176 or www.carmelart.org. Ends 10/6.
Carl Cherry Center for the Arts Between The Line: Traveling Full Circle. Work by Tracey Adams, Lena Leskova, and Virginia Folkestad examines issues of composition, form, time, place and memory. 4th and Guadalupe, Carmel. 624-7491. Ends 10/8.
Carmel Valley Manor Gallery New Paintings by Julia Harnett Harvey. Harbor scenes, architecture, landscapes and floral gardens in transparent watercolors. 8545 Carmel Valley Rd., Carmel. 659-5422. Ends 9/30.
Eric’s Showroom & Gallery Fascination: Woman. Original, abstract, surreal works by Eric J. Sheele. Hampton Court on 7th, between Dolores and San Carlos, Carmel. 620-1585.
The Gallery at Blackstone Image Within An Image: Point Lobos. Recent work by Roger Fremier photographed between June and August 2004. 800 S. Alta St., Gonzales. 755-6792. Ends 11/19.
Gallery at Four One Seven Work by Jane Bradford, Annette Foisie, Charlsie Kelly, Mary Kay King, Barbara Svetlik and Susan Titus. 417 Cannery Row, Monterey. 645-9923. Ends 10/27.
Gallery North One Man & One Woman: New contemporary works by Holli Moon and Tom Burns. Dolores between 5th and 6th, Carmel. 620-1987.
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.
Hartnell College Gallery John Haley: Form and Space. 80 years of work by influential teacher and artist. 156 Homestead Ave., Salinas. 755-6791.
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 Near from Afar, new paintings from Jeffrey Becom in the Main Gallery. Necessities, new work by Patricia Reed in the Mid Gallery. 216 Grand Ave., Pacific Grove. Ends 10/15.
Masaoka Design Gallery The Studio Artists’ Exhibition, work by Alan Masaoka, Ellen Henrici, Nick Leonoff, Jennifer Horning, Benjamin Horning, Somer Harrold and Charlie Abildgaard. Reception: 10/2, 4-6pm. 13766 Center St., Carmel Valley Village. 659-4953. Ends 11/1.
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 Geography of Memory: Works on Paper by Roger Shimomura, ends 1/2/05. San Francisco and the Second Wave: The Blair Collection of Bay Area Abstract Expressionism, ends 11/7. 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.
Monterey Peninsula College Art Gallery Towards the Edge. Works on paper by Geoff Morten and new ceramics by Jenny Morten. 980 Fremont St., Monterey. 646-3060. Ends 9/30.
Morgan’s Coffee & Tea Local photographer Steve Zmak exhibits black and white photos of the Central California Coast. 498 Washington, Monterey. 883-4459.
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 Pacific Grove Art Center Three group exhibits. Works by artists featured in this year’s Monterey County Artists’ Studio Tour; works by the Paper Gem Printmakers; and imaginary game pieces by the Monterey Bay Metal Arts Guild. 568 Lighthouse Ave., Pacific Grove. 883-1957. Ends 10/21.
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 1/8/05.
Park Gallery Lindsay Frei exhibits her modern still life paintings. Mission between 5th and 6th, Carmel. 625-0182 or www.parkgallery.com.
The Parkside Gallery The works of scratchboard engraver Alderson Magee. Dolores between Ocean and 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.
Phoenix Shop at Nepenthe Work by featured artists Dante Rondo, Kaffe Fassett, Erin Gafill, Celia Sanborn, Heidi Hybl, Susan Dorf, Rae Simmons, Chi Birmingham and Holly Fassett. Highway One, Big Sur. Ends 12/14.
Photography West Gallery The photographs of Christopher Burkett. New images and images from his book Resplendent Light. Dolores between Ocean and 7th, Carmel. 625-1587.
Richard MacDonald Fine Art Original drawings, rare paintings and sculptures by Richard MacDonald. San Carlos between 5th and 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.
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 10/16.
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 and 6th, Carmel. 626-0800.
Simon Bull Gallery Watercolors by Kathy Sharpe. 3728 The Barnyard, Carmel. 625-8600.
Slautterback Chapman Fine Arts Paintings and mixed media art of Carol Chapman and Fred Slautterback. 652 Redwood, Sand City. 394-5170.
Sweet Elena’s Bakery & Café Mostly Florals: an exhibit by Johnny Apodaca. 465 D Olympia Ave., Sand City. 393-2063.
The Trajan Gallery New paintings by Barry Masteller plus group exhibition of paintings and sculpture. SE corner of Ocean and San Carlos, Carmel. 625-4388. Ends 9/30.
Valley Art Gallery Autumn: artwork showing the fall season in a variety of media. 218 Main St., Salinas. 422-4162. Ends 10/30.
The Walter Lee Avery Gallery Seaside Historical Society Celebrates 50 Years As A City. Reception: 10/8, 5-9pm. Seaside City Hall, 440 Harcourt Ave., Seaside. 899-6811. Ends 10/27.
Winfield Gallery Sculpture by Jack Zajac, Bruce Beasley, Dan Corbin, Gwynn Murrill, Nicolas Africano and Peter Hiers; Paintings by Russell Chatham, Pegan Brooke, Bill Martin, Andrea Johnson, Arthur Osver, Mari Kloeppel and Don Fritz among others. Dolores between Ocean and 7th, Carmel. 624-3369.
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.
| call for artists
Ageless Art Project Recruiting artists to volunteer and share their time and talent to make creative expression possible for residents living in residential and care facilities by leading an art group. For more information call 459-8917, ext 205.
Alvarado Gallery Call for artists to submit proposals for art exhibitions in the Alvarado Gallery at the Monterey Conference Center beginning January 2005. Pick up an application at Colton Hall or call 646-5648. Deadline 10/18.