Some Local Talent

Featured artists:
These are artists I have personally visited. Some are in ARTrails, some are in Art at the Source, some are in both, and some are independent.

Sally Baker Art at the SourceARTrails
Sally Baker, Sonoma County artistSharp focused watercolor still life with Asian themes. This is a true pro! Many prints and matted work available. Her studio is immaculate. Former high school art teacher who practices what she taught. Many artists could take a clue from her presentation and style. Excellent shadow work!
5990 Vine Hill School Rd
Sebastopol 829-0396
knsbaker@aol.com
 
Frank Gannon ARTrails

Frank Gannon, Sonoma County artistBeautiful landscapes using unexpected vibrant colors and muted shades giving an almost surrealistic feel. Latest work features oil on board. Lots of seascapes with fog and smoke... interesting play with light. Makes me want to be there.
9610 Rio Vista Rd
Forestville 887-1858
merielenr@msn.com

 
Barbara Greensweig ARTrails

Barbara Greensweig, Sonoma County artistHappy colorful flowers abound in oil and acrylic! Provincial scenes, vineyards, creeping vines, baskets of bloom, sunflowers, and lavendar. Lots of prints and cards available. Friendly and uplifting subject matter.
1549 E. Foothill Dr
Santa Rosa 525-8437
barbara@bgreensweigart.com

 
Craig Nelson ARTrails

Craig Nelson, Sonoma County artistConsummate artist - the one who deserves to be framed in an ornate gold frame and hung in an all-important prominence above the fireplace position. Museum quality work. It's no wonder that he is also selling his less-than-stellar early work. He is collectable!
3563 Alturia Hts
Santa Rosa 591-9327
craigzart@aol.com

 
Phil & Ann Leech ARTrails Art at the Source

Ann & Phil Leech, Sonoma County artistsIt is very frustrating to me that an artist of this quality does not yet have a webpage to send you to. Jewelry made with precious metals and semi-precious stones crafted in an interesting and wearable fashion.
1416 Quail Ct
Santa Rosa 538-8557
leechstudios@sonic.net

 


Jerry & Deborah Kermode ARTrails Art at the Source

Jerry Kermode, Sonoma County artistBeautiful turned wood bowls and other objects. What can only be termed an improvement on nature. Absolutely gorgeous!
8891 Avila Ln
Sebastopol 824-9893
debjer@earthlink.net


 

Sandra Maresca Art at the Source

Sandra Maresca, Sonoma County artistOil and watercolor landscapes, figures, and animals. I love the crone clown series and the whimsical animals. Captures a moment in time. Vibrancy and form mixed with folly. A nice combination!
16120 Watson Rd
Guerneville 869-9419
croneclown@comcast.net

 
Carol Golden

Carol Golden, Sonoma County artistArtists change and as they do their styles change. I loved her bold large figured women with sagging breasts and huge bulbous thighs. Now she is doing more introverted work in pastels with a more moderate controlled stroke. Where is she now I wonder? I have been looking for her all day....

 
 
Green Greenwald

Green Greenwald, Sonoma County artistGreen is like walking art! Ever since I met him at Popeye's in Sebastopol when he was sporting a swath of green hair and green cowboy boots to match, I have loved him! You might see one of his special cars driving around town. They look like something out of a cartoon. Or you may have seen one of his Cirque du Silly shows at First Night in Santa Rosa featuring sculpted form creatures come to life through the magic of puppetry. Or perhaps you've seen one of his giant statue/pedestals fashioned out of paper machie representing giant koi or some other undefinable object de arte. Green amuses me with his huge colorful canvases of pool playing samurai or his acrylic aquarium on display at one of his favorite sushi haunts. I know where he's been because I know he's bee trading art for sushi!

Porcelain L.E.
Some artists go on to other things...very successful commercial artists producing tens of thousands of pieces of fine porcelain every year. Do you miss it, I ask? "The first ten thousand pieces was fun. The second ten thousand not so much and finally you just keep on producing because you have orders to fill and it's a job." Now they have retired to other pursuits. I am lucky enough to have several of their pieces in my home. Their kilns and studio lay dormant. Who knows? Maybe they will begin anew someday - we can only hope.

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