Lucid Hallucination: Kira Corrillo Corser's one-woman show at Marjorie Evans Gallery, Theatre of the Imagination, invites reflection and feeling from her evocative colors and style.


alternative café Confections: a sweet and feminine art show of three to five works by eight female artists and one guy from Tennessee to Canada to New York, that displays a precocious, female charm, with little off-kilter touches. Donations from the show go to to help prevent breast cancer. Prints and jewelry will be available, as will coffee, wine, and music by Todd Prophet at the opening party. 1230 Fremont Blvd., Seaside. 583-0913, Regular hours: 10am-4pm Mon-Fri, noon-3pm Sat.

back porch fabric & quilt gallery Seven Designing Minds: new exhibit of quilts by the Monterey Peninsula Art Quilt Group, up from April 19 through June 10. The artists’ reception is 1-3pm, 4/19. 157 Grand Ave., Pacific Grove. 375-4453,

Haute Enchilada cafe and Gallery Group show of photographs, paintings, jewelry and watercolors by artists such as Tomas Spangler, Lenore Perez, W.M. Lawrence, Anette McGowan and others. Janis A. Spencer will be present to discuss her black and white fine art prints at the reception 2-5pm, 4/19. 7902 Moss Landing Road, Moss Landing. 633-5843, 760-0952, Regular hours: 11am-5pm daily.

gallery north RE2009: Gallery North celebrates their 5-year anniversary and their move to a new space with a show consisting of 15 local painters, sculptors and glass and gourd artists, and guest artists like Janet Roberts, Barbara Kreitman and Cynthia Johnson Bianchetta, who attend the reception 6-7:30pm, 4/17. Northwest corner of Dolores and Sixth, Carmel. 620-1987, http://

Marjorie Evans Gallery Theatre of the Imagination: local artist-about-town Kira Carrillo Corser invites attendees to write stories, poems or songs in response to her imaginative art. The first reception is 5:30-7:30pm 4/17, the artist reception is 3:30-6:30pm 4/26. Sunset Cultural Center, Marjorie Evans Gallery, San Carlos between Ninth and Eighth, Carmel. 620-2048,

mimosa Local glass blowers and sculptors Nick Leonoff and Nancy Francioli will be present this evening for an artist meet-and-greet 5-7pm, 4/17. 161 Crossroads Blvd., Carmel. 620-0525.

Monterey Museum of Art/Pacific Made in Monterey: MMA’s 50th year is celebrated with a retrospective of a century and a half of Monterey art, from Jules Tavernier to Armin Hansen to David Ligare. A second preview comes at the Art After Hours reception 5-7pm 4/16, and the show opens 11am-5pm 4/18. 559 Pacific St., Monterey. 372-5477, Regular hours: 11am-5pm Wed-Sat, 1-4pm Sun.

pacific grove Library 1906 San Francisco Fire Sketches: early Carmel artist Mary DeNeale’s pastel and color sketches of post-earthquake San Francisco. 550 Central Ave., Pacific Grove. 648-5760, Regular hours: 10am-5pm Thu, noon-5pm Fri-Sat; noon-7pm Tues; 10am-5pm Wed.

YOUTH ARTS COLLECTIVE Alumni/Mentor Show: Works by former YAC mentors and alumni in a sprawling and ambitious show of diverse art. Proceeds benefit the non-profit after-school art program. 472 Calle Principal, Monterey. 375-9922,



Del Campo Gallery The latest works of Lorena del Campo, Karuna Licht and Hans Apelqvist including jewelry, paintings and sculpture, are on display. Hwy 1, Loma Vista, Spirit Garden, Big Sur. 667-2618,

fernwood resort art gallery California flower paintings by Darlene S. Boyd. Hwy. 1, 30 miles south of Carmel, Big Sur. 667-2422.

Hawthorne Gallery The work of the Hawthorne family. Opposite Nepenthe Restaurant, Hwy. 1, Big Sur. 667-3200.

Phoenix Shop at Nepenthe The Abstracted Landscape: paintings by Erin Lee Gafill. Nepenthe, Highway 1, Big Sur. 667-2347.

sofanya’s gallery Magical Muses: exotic paintings by Bohemian Underground Artists. Fernwood Resort, off Hwy. 1, Big Sur. 667-2130.

soul river studios Inspiring Landscapes: David Dilworth color photographs of Big Sur. Hwy 1, next to River Inn, Big Sur. 667-2559.


american art gallery Paintings of women by various artists. Dolores between Ocean Avenue and Seventh, Carmel. 625-4030.

AVALON GALLERY Works by Daniel Merriam. Lincoln and Seventh, Carmel. 622-0830.

Big Sur Gallery Combined exhibit with the works of the Gallery at Ventana. 26543 Carmel Rancho Shopping Center, Carmel. 624-1172.

carl cherry center Across the River and Into the Woods: Thelka Hammond’s exhibition in which visitors walk through and interact with art works in random color patterns that include abstract renditions of tree branches, leaves and shadows. Fourth and Guadalupe, Carmel. 624-7491, Regular hours: 11am-4pm Mon-Fri.

carmel art association April 2009 Art Show: Dick Crispo’s mixed media paintings, bronzes by the late Oscar-winning artist Wah Ming Chang, collage paintings by Mary FitzGerald, watercolor landscapes by Francyne Laney. Dolores between Fifth and Sixth, Carmel. 624-6176, Regular hours: 10am-5pm daily.

CARMEL bay company Fierce Beauty: Big Sur oil paintings and reproductions by Erin Lee Gafill. Ocean and Lincoln, Carmel. 747-4711, 624-3868.

CARMEL FOUNDATION Images of Glacier National Park: artists of the month, Dale and Peter Hekhuis. Shows until March 31. Outcalt Activity Building, SE corner of Eighth and Lincoln, Carmel. 624-1588, Regular hours: 9am-4:30pm Mon-Fri, 9:30am-3:30pm Sat, 1:30-3:30pm Sun.

carmel mission Carmel Mission in Art Retrospective, Phase III: Works on Paper. Free-$5. 3080 Rio Road, Carmel. 624-3600 x214.

carmel valley public library Carmel Valley Landscapes: local landscape oil paintings by artist Sam Johnston, a 9-year resident who also does portraits and was trained in New York. The show hangs through March. 65 W. Carmel Valley Road, Carmel. 659-2377, 659-2759, Regular hours: 11am-7pm Tue and Thu, 10am-5pm Wed and Fri, 11am-5pm Sat.

center for photographic art People, Of and By Ansel Adams: Portraits of friends and family by the famed photographer Ansel Adams, and portraits of the famed photographer Ansel Adams by friends and family. Subjects include Georgia O’Keefe, Orville Cox, Robinson Jeffers, Edward Weston and more. Sunset Center, San Carlos and Ninth, Carmel. 625-5181, 626-1766, Regular hours: 1-5pm Tue-Sun.

claypoole freese gallery Paintings by Barry Masteller. San Carlos between Ocean and Seventh, Carmel. 250-7157.

Coast gallery carmel Works by Tim Cotterill. Ocean and San Carlos, Carmel. 625-3200.

dawson cole fine arts ii Born of Fire: 20-year Richard MacDonald retrospective. Lincoln and Sixth, Suite G, Carmel. 624-8200.

D.E. Craghead Fine Art Gallery Works by various artists; Salvation Army toy and food drive. Sixth and Dolores, Carmel. 624-5054.

GALLERY NORTH New Location, New Work: guest artist Janet Roberts. Northwest corner Dolores and Sixth, Carmel. 620-1987,

galerie plein aire Sweet Treats: works by Cyndra Bradford and Jeff Daniel Smith. Dolores and Sixth, Carmel. 625-5686.

galerie rue royale Dark/Light: works by Todd White. Dolores and Sixth, Carmel. 625-5686.

gallery i fine art Still lifes from Angus Wilson, Jalinepol, Hassam, Eyvind, Zimbabwe sculptors Gideon and Agnes Nyanhongo, crystal sculptures by glass master Toland Sand, Martin Baro, Afro Celotto, Mitch La Plante and others. Ocean and Mission, Carmel. 626-1617, 10am-6pm daily. Regular hours: 10am-6pm daily.

gallery i fine art Paintings by Andrew Jackson and still lifes from Angus Wilson, Tim Lazer, glass master Toland Sand, Zimbabwe sculptors Gideon and Agnes Nyanhongo, Eyvind Earl, Harold Hitchcock, Hessam and others. 685 Cannery Row, Monterey. 375-1617, 10am-6pm daily.

george stern fine arts Historically significant works by early California artists. 2 SW of San Carlos on Sixth, Carmel. 626-1100.

hanson gallery Knotty Problem: political cartoons by Dr. Seuss. Carmel Plaza courtyard, Ocean and Mission, Carmel. 625-6142.

Highlands sculpture gallery New mobiles and stabilo-mobiles by Laurent Davidson. Dolores and Sixth, Carmel. 624-0535.

JAMES J. RIESER FINE ART GALLERY Early California works by Lillie May Nicholson. Dolores and Fifth, Carmel. 620-0530.

LAURYN TAYLOR FINE ART Miniatures exhibition. San Carlos and Seventh, Carmel. 624-1161.

Lu Lu’s Silk Art Gallery Chinese Folk House: Paintings by Chunming Yu. Mission and Fifth, Carmel. 620-1122.

Marjorie Evans Gallery Work by more than 20 artists like Dan Beck, Trish Sullivan, Jody Royee, Vanila Helm, etc., presented by Artists Equity. Sunset Cultural Center, San Carlos between Ninth and Eighth, Carmel. 659-5003,

mike ball Gallery In and Out of the Desert: New works by Steven Ruiz. Mission and Fifth, Carmel.

new masters gallery Works by Gerald Brommer, watercolorist. Dolores between Ocean and Seventh, Carmel. 625-1511.

Oliver Elliott and sebastian fine art Works by Durer, Rembrandt, Manet, Whistler, Matisse, Picasso, Miro, Dali and more. Ocean at San Carlos, Carmel. 626-0178.

PHOTOgraphy WEST GALLERY Autumn Landscapes: photographs by Christopher Burkett. Ocean Avenue and Dolores, Carmel. 625-1587.

Portnoy Galleries New watercolors by award winning artist Miguel Dominguez. Sixth and San Carlos, Carmel. 624-1155.

ROBERT KNIGHT GALLERY Award-winning photographs. Dolores and Seventh, Carmel. 626-1230.

Rodrigue studio Painter of the ubiquitous Blue Dog, artist George Rodrigue relocates his gallery in Carmel, doubling the size of his prior location. Dolores between Ocean and Seventh, Carmel. 626-4444, Regular hours: 10am-5pm Mon-Sat; noon-5pm Sun.

sandy by the sea gallery Works by various artists. Dolores and Fifth, Carmel. 624-0260.

simic galleries Poet of the Land and Sea: Mario B. Simic. San Carlos and Fifth, Carmel. 624-7522.

Steven Whyte Sculpture Studio and Gallery Sculpture gallery expansion. Su Vecino Court, Dolores and Sixth, Carmel. 620-1917.

studio 441 Fresh Obsessions by Janet Roberts. 441 Corral De Tierra Road, Carmel. 484-1330.

unitarian universalist church From Paris to Pacific Grove: Bill Clausen’s painted nature scenes of the Monterey Peninsula, Lake Tahoe and France. This show exhibits his latest watercolors. 490 Aguajito Road, Carmel. 624-7404. Regular hours: 9am-5pm Mon-Tue (call ahead).

weber goldsmith New, handcrafted and custom jewelry gallery. 107 Crossroads Blvd., Carmel. 626-7600,

WESTON GALLERY Photographs of Latin America by Jeffrey Becom. Sixth between Dolores and Lincoln, Carmel. 624-4453.

white oak gallery of carmel valley village Spirit of the West: paintings. 1 W. Carmel Valley Road, Carmel. 625-0550.

william a. karges fine art Early California paintings. Dolores and Sixth, Carmel. 625-4266.

WINFIELD GALLERY The Song: New Works. Allison Massari collages of the female form. Dolores between Seventh and Ocean, Carmel. 624-3369, Regular hours: 11am-5pm Mon-Sat; noon-5pm Sun.

winters gallery Jerry Winters’ Americana and French folk paintings. San Carlos and Seventh, Carmel. 626-5452.

winters sculpture gallery Archie Held’s new bronze and stainless steel water sculpture. 29251 Hwy. 1, Carmel. 626-4500.


Blagojce Stojanovski Fine Art Gallery Once We Were Children Too. 16B Carmel Valley Road, Carmel Valley. 277-0056 or

carmel valley art association Winterfest: 3-month exhibition by member artists. 13766 Center St., Carmel Valley Village. 659-2441.

carmel valley village gallery Works by international artists. 9 Delfino Place, Carmel Valley Village. 659-1008.

Gallery O Tom O’Neal’s private collection, rock and roll photos, still lifes, masks. 19 E. Carmel Valley Road, Carmel Valley Village. 659-5040.

jody royee Gallery Perceived Connections: new metal art by artist Jody Royee, featuring shadow boxes made of pine, oak and alder with images sketched into copper plates, said to harbor treasures held sacred in the personal life of the owner. 317 Mid Valley Center, Carmel Valley. 620-0303, Regular hours: 9:30am-5pm Mon-Fri, 11:30am-4pm Sat.

lyonshead gallery Various artists. 12 Del Fino Place, Carmel Valley Village. 659-4192.

Masaoka Design Gallery I Love Glass: Glass art glass exhibit, including hearts, jewelry, vases and platters by Alan Masaoka, Nick Leonoff, Nancy Francioli, Mark Stephenson and Jennifer Horning.. 13766 Center St., Suite G-2, Carmel Valley. 659-4953,

parsonage Village Gallery Quilts and various works. 19 E. Carmel Valley Road, Carmel Valley. 659-7322.

Valley girls Winterfest: works by Mireielle Barmann, Kathleen Tarp, Kim Birdsong, Jim Pederson, Warren Poitras, SHelley A. Aliotti, Karuna Licht and others. 13766 Center St., Carmel Valley Village. 659-2441, Regular hours: 11am-4pm Wed-Sun.

wild heart gallerie Labor, The Land & Love of Country: multiple artist juried show. 3 Pilot Road, Carmel Valley. 949-283-7070.


blackstone gallery Douglas Steakley photography. 850 S. Alta St., Gonzales. 675-5341.


ATRIUM GALLERY Sculpture by Richard Mayer and photos by Steve Zmak. UC MBEST Center, 3180 Imjin Road, Marina. 582-1020.

Coffee Mia Brew Bar Tara Hendrick Devlin presents travel and close-up nature color photographs printed on canvas. The exhibit runs through the spring. 250-E Reservation Road, Marina. 384-0148. Regular hours: 4:30am-6pm Mon-Sat.


alvarado gallery Journeys Through the Lens: photography. Monterey Conference Center, 1 Portola Plaza, Monterey. 646-5648.

ANTON GALLERY Noise: Art of Democracy: multi-artist political and social issues exhibition. 701 Hawthorne St., Monterey. 656-1490.

BUTTERFLY AND LANTERN Artist3: Santa Cruz acrylic artist and transplant from Uganda, Kali Kata m’Bula; world traveled oil painter Germine Hatcher; and watercolorist Dwight Chism, who studied in Gambia. 845 Wave St., Monterey. 655-0303, 333-1396. Regular hours: Noon-5pm, by appointment.

cafe lumiere Our Lady Guadalupe: group art show. 365 Calle Principal, Monterey. 656-1490.

California Views Photo Archives Thousands of historical Monterey and California photos. 469 Pacific St., Monterey. 373-3811.

Christopher Bell Gallery Oils, jewelry, glass art, bronze and more. 200 Alvarado Mall, at Portola Hotel and Spa, Monterey. 649-0214.

east village coffee lounge Carnal: The local collaborative art crew Octopi Collective celebrates their anniversary with a show by members Margo Mullen, J.R. Uretsky, Weekly photographer Nic Coury, K*, Taylor Hawthorne, Michelle Magdalena Maddox and Paul Van de Carr. 498 Washington St., Monterey. 373-5601, Regular hours: 6am-closing Mon-Fri, 7am-closing Sat-Sun.

Emily Brown STudio gallery Local Recognition: Urban Art for the Masses. 700 Cannery Row, Suite SS, Monterey. 559-302-8129.

gallery i fine art The Cannery Row gallery shows works by Andrew Jackson, and both locations exhibit stone sculpture from Gideon and Agnus Nyanhongo, Toland Sands’ dichroic glass sculpture, and Scottish artist Angus Wilson. Ocean at Mission, Carmel. 626-1617. 685 Cannery Row, Monterey. 375-1617, Regular hours at both locations: 10am-6pm daily.

guy buffet gallery cannery row Culinary/restaurant art by Guy Buffet. 640 Wave St., Monterey. 372-4629.

joann dost golf lifestyle gallery Golf-related photography by Joann Dost and others. 2700 Garden Road, Monterey. 375-3678.

Mcgowan house A Sense of Place Over Time: photographs. 381 High St., Monterey. 238-0902.

Miriam’s cafe New show of Mike Dabo’s graffiti-inspired screen prints and originals. 615 Lighthouse Ave., Monterey. 277-5655.

Monterey conference center Locals Looking Outside the Box: six local artists show abstract work in various mediums under the direction of Dick Crispo. One Portola Plaza, Monterey. 646-3770, 242-8743, Regular hours: 8:30am-4:30pm Mon-Fri.

monterey custom framing Photography and drawings of the Monterey area from Jan Trojan, paintings by Marcia Perry, drawings from Coralyn Coble. 468 Calle Principal, Monterey. 657-9191, Regular hours: 10am-6pm Mon-Fri; 10am-3pm Sat.

Monterey Maritime AND History Museum The Society of Miniature Ship Collectors stage an exhibit of cast-metal model ships, naval replicas and civilian cargo ships, in 1:1250 scaled waterline mini vessels. Also, From the Archives of Jo Mora. 5 Custom House Plaza, Monterey. 372-2608 x17, Regular hours: 10am-5pm Tue-Sun. Donations accepted.

Monterey Museum of Art/La Mirada 50/fifty: 50 Gifts for the Next Fifty Years: The La Mirada location shows the art bounty of the community with a show of 50 donated works to celebrate its 50 year anniversary, and to kick off the next 50 years. 720 Via Mirada, Monterey. 372-3689, Regular hours: 11am-5pm Wed-Sat, 1-4pm Sun.

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monterey peninsula airport gallery Three historic exhibits are unveiled: Pieces of History features artifacts drawn from private and public Monterey County buildings, ranging from business uniforms to whale bone paving stones; Against the Odds: Pioneer Women of Monterey County highlights portraits, stories and personal items; and Pieces of the West includes pastel drawings of the Old West by San Benancio Middle School students. 200 Fred Kane Drive, Monterey. 648-7910,

Monterey Peninsula Art Foundation Gallery Remember Monterey: More than 30 local artists present new work. 425 Cannery Row, Monterey. 655-1267, Regular hours: 11am-5pm daily.

monterey peninsula college art gallery Synapse/Synapses: Carmel’s Tracey Adams and Colorado’s Virginia Folkestad come together again on the MPC campus to to show their rural and organic works. 980 Fremont St., Monterey. 646-3060, Regular hours: 10am-3pm Tue-Fri.

never on sunday Heidi McGurrin’s digital photography. 251 Pearl St., Monterey. 372-1051.

orientations fine asian antiques Asian art, furnishings, sculptures. 700 Camino El Estero, Monterey. 655-9766,

pinckney photography Prints by Jim Pinckney. 425 Pacific St., Monterey. 375-1964.

rip squeak and friends gallery Various illustrations. 685 Cannery Row, Ste. 113, Monterey. 643-9999.

sheila delimont studio GALLERY New studio gallery. 700 Cannery Row, Suite BB, Monterey. 333-1099.

stevenson house Monterey State Historic Parks collection. 530 Houston St., Monterey. 649-2900.

studio one Oil paintings by Erin Lee Gafill and silver gelatin prints by Tom Birmingham. 177 Van Buren St., Monterey. 646-9000.

the parlor Monterey Peninsula’s Hidden Treasures: by various artists. 542 Lighthouse Ave., Monterey. 375-5440.

thomas kinkade national archive Largest display of Kinkade originals. 361 Lighthouse Ave., Monterey. 655-5520 x108.

titus contemporary Gallery Contemporary art by Mary Titus. Monterey Marriott, 350 Calle Principal, Monterey. 649-4234 x1805,

venture gallery This 20-year-old collaborative gallery features paintings by Kathy Sharpe, oils by Howard Perkins, batiks by Pat Preston and others, in addition to permanent works of fine art paintings, ceramics, jewelry and glass works by local artists. Portola Hotel & Spa, 260 Alvarado St., Monterey. 372-6279, Regular hours: 10am-6pm daily.

wave street studios Susan “Suzka” Collins shows her six colorful, floor-to-ceiling paintings. 774 Wave St., Monterey. 655-2010,


ARTISANA GALLERY This treble-billed art show, which runs until May 1, features the works of Frances Campbell, Mahlon Coleman and Mary Ann Kennedy. 309 Forest Ave., Pacific Grove. 655-9775.

capelli salon This show unveils the photographs of Michael Thomas Kainer, taken in Monterey, New York, Paris and Tijuana, with subjects ranging from Del Monte Skating Rink, people, landscapes, and buildings –a sort of travelogue. 230 Grand Ave., Pacific Grove. 655-4563. Regular hours: 10am-5pm Tue-Sat

encore boutique The Bohemian Underground Artists. 125 Lighthouse Ave., P.G. 375-1700.

Gallery at 417 Works by Vivian Cook & member artists. 417 Cannery Row, Monterey. 645-9923.

grand avenue art works! Re-imagination: found and recycled art by Charlsie Kelly. 178 + 170 B Grand Ave., Pacific Grove. 373-1798.

Le Beau Soleil Gallery Small Wonders: miniatures group exhibit. 210 Forest Ave., Pacific Grove. 333-9046.

lisa coscino gallery Breakthrough H’Art: Art of the mentally ill and homeless. 216B Grand Ave., Pacific Grove. 646-1939.

LYSAKOV ART COMPANY Form & Freedom: Michael St. Mary of Pacific Grove displays 10 of his sculptures, created over the past 27 years, made from wood, marble and cement. 305 Forest Ave., Pacific Grove. 375-7100, Regular hours: 10am-4pm Tue-Fri and by appointment.

nelson ocean art outlet Robert Lyn Nelson: Recent marine art. American Tin Cannery, Ocean Blvd., Suite 127, Pacific Grove. 641-0196.

pacific grove art center New exhibits, featuring the 60th Bi-Annual Juried Show of the Central Coast Art Association. Mark Farina presents, Point Lobos as Inspiration, his collection of impressionist paintings; Arson is Arthur Rogers’ eclectic collection of experimental art pottery; the pen and ink artworks of Sally Giddings Smith focus on “Wildflowers from Maine to California.” 568 Lighthouse Ave., Pacific Grove. 375-2208, Regular hours: Noon-5pm Wed-Sat, 1-4pm Sun.

pacific grove museum of natural history Celebrate Our Underwater Parks: Kip Evans’ otherworldly underwater photography spearheads an exhibit that hones in on the kelp forests, canyons, habitats and creatures that make up the Monterey Bay. 165 Forest Ave., Pacific Grove. 648-5716, Regular hours: 10am-5pm Tue-Sat.

POSSIBILITIES ART STUDIO AND GALLERY Works by S.L. Greek. 232 Grand Ave., Pacific Grove. 643-9392.

sally griffin senior center The Central Coast Art Association members Leslie Hodgin, Barbara West and Harry Wareham exhibit their work. 700 Jewell Ave., Pacific Grove. 649-4163,

the loft gallery Works by various artists. 208 Forest Ave., Pacific Grove. 655-9887.

the works cafe Mood Pieces: Maria M. Prince’s evocative pinhole photography. 667 Lighthouse Ave., Pacific Grove. 372-2242, Regular hours: 7am-6pm Mon-Sat; 8am-5pm Sun.


@ Risk Works of art by at-risk kids, including graffiti murals, paintings and other objects. 14 Soledad St., Salinas. 776-8038, 455-5964.

gregory artist studio Drawings and cartoons by Squid Row creator Bridgett Spicer. 10 W. Gabilan St., Salinas. 776-3593, Regular hours: By appointment.

hartnell gallery Works by young artists from the ArtSong Youth Arts Festival. Hartnell College, 411 Central Ave., Salinas. 755-6791. Regular hours: 10am-8pm daily.

ROLLICK’s Coffeehouse Bernadette Carrillo photography show of Alcatraz prison, taken with a Holga camera onto film. 210 Main St., Salinas. 422-1760, Regular hours: 6:30am-9pm Mon-Fri; 7am-9pm Sat; 7am-8pm Sun.

valley art GALLERY Beneath the Surface: paintings and poetry by Daniel Van Gerpen. 218 Main St., Salinas. 422-4162.


fine art + base art + environment: Art show of Margo Mullens, David Wilkinson, Tracy Parker and J.R. Uretsky of environmentally concious materials like bees wax photos, addressing ecological content at this new Sand City gallery. 652 Redwood Ave., Sand City.

johnny apodaca studio Apodaca paintings. 720 Redwood Ave., Sand City. 601-6357.

ol’ Factory café Dual Art Show: acrylic paintings and woodblock prints and giclees by Erin E. Hunter and Ian Harlow. 1725 Contra Costa, Sand City. 394-7336, Regular hours: 7am-close daily.

National Steinbeck center Like Oil and Water: Retrospective photography exhibit of the Exxon Valdez oil spill by Juleen Johnson. 1 Main St., Salinas. 775-4721, Museum admission. Regular hours: 10am-5pm Mon-Sun.

sweet elena’s cafe Johnny Apodaca exhibits his new abstract work at Sweet Elena’s. 465 D Olympia Ave., Sand City. 393-2063. Regular hours: 7am-6pm Mon-Fri, 8am-4pm Sat.

the corner gallery Works by Sand City artists. 1717 Contra Costa, Sand City. 394-6409.


AVERY GALLERY Disappeared: A public showcase of structures that are no longer in existence or are abandoned, by watercolorist Ann Downs and photographers Nancy Raven and Steve Zmak. City Hall, 440 Harcourt St., Seaside. 899-6800, 899-6811. Regular hours: 8am-5pm Mon-Fri.

CSUMB Balfour/Brutzman Gallery F( )ck Cancer: Whitney Aiken installation. Bldg. 71, 100 Campus Center, Seaside. 582-3005.

frames on broadway Eclection, the artography of Nita Flammini, oil paintings from Carol Gray, and monotypes from Alice Geller. The show runs until April 9. 815 Broadway Ave., Seaside. Free. 394-9394. Regular hours: 10am-4pm Mon-Sat.

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