Thursday, September 8, 2011
Monday, August 29, 2011
Monday, August 15, 2011
Charles Waldman has delivered not one, but two new oil paintings to the gallery. 'Sea Cliff Colors' was painted of the north end of Sea Ranch. 'Looking South' is a view from the south end of Sea Ranch. Each painting measures 9"x12" and is framed to 14"x17" in a brown wood plein air style frame. Works are priced at $900 each. These paintings convey the beauty of the land and sea on California's beautiful Sonoma Coast.
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Thursday, August 4, 2011
The Cypress Village Gallery District is pleased to announce it will be featured in the Front Room Gallery at The Sea Ranch Lodge. Each month the Front Room Gallery (West Wall) will present on-going, monthly exhibits by various artists of Gualala's Cypress Village Gallery District which is comprised of Henley's Art & Interiors, Placewares+LyndonDesign, Spindrift Gallery and Studio 391.
The inaugural group exhibition includes a selection of paintings, photographs and mixed media works by Sea Ranch artists Craig Gilliland, Paul Kozal, Maynard Hale Lyndon, Kathleen Sandidge and Michael Wayman.
The Cypress Village Gallery District is one of the Sonoma-Mendocino Coast's best destinations for original fine art by established professional artists located under the clock tower at the corner of Highway One and Ocean Drive.
Monday, July 11, 2011
Monday, June 6, 2011
Sneak peek of plein air paintings by Carole Gray-Weihman
shown with new ceramic vessels by Nicholas Bernard
Studio 391 is pleased to introduce artist Carole Gray-Weihman to the gallery.
Carole Gray-Weihman is a devoted painter that paints in the Hawthorne-Hensche Tradition. She is considered by some to be of the ‘Color Visualist Movement’ and others the ‘New American Impressionist Movement’. Carol Gray-Weihman is frequently invited to participate in national and regional juried plein air events. She is also the co-founder of l’Atelier aux Couleurs Art Academy in Petaluma.
An exhibition featuring her plein air paintings is planned for Fall 2011.
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
Sunday, April 24, 2011
Studio 391 is now on Facebook. If you’d like to ‘like us' you can 'like us' directly on our Facebook Page or you can visit our website at www.studio391.net and click on the ‘like’ button at the top of our home page. Please feel free to share our page or post a comment. We hope you will follow us on Facebook.
Sunday, April 17, 2011
Studio 391, Gualala, CA - Roman Loranc will be joining Kim Weston (pictured above) for a Photography Workshop & Book Project at the San Miguel Mission in California, May 12 through 15, 2011. Attendees will be photographing in and around the mission with special access to private areas normally restricted to the public. To register or receive more information contact Gina Weston at 831.624.8111 or visit kimweston.com.
Thursday, April 14, 2011
If you want to know why Kauffman's photographic collages are so special, reach for a copy of George Barr's book, 52 Great Images: Who Made Them, What Makes Them Special and Why which profiles her photograph, Fugue from the Illumitones series. Available at a bookseller near you or online at Amazon.com.
Sunday, March 27, 2011
The new photography exhibition, For The Birds, featured new gallery artist Yuko Ishii and her bird portraits. The exhibit also included works by gallery artists Kim Kauffman, Unai San Martin, William Scott. Concurrently, Paris: City Views, a new solo painting exhibition by artist Charles Waldman featured a dozen new oil paintings. Exhibits are on view through May 22.
Attendees enjoyed viewing the new exhibitions at Studio 391, mixing with fellow gallery goers while enjoying a taste of gelato by Gelati Pazzo Marco and wines by Les Caves Roties de Pente.
Neighboring galleries in the Cypress Village Gallery District hosted artists' receptions and exhibition openings on the same day. Gallery goers to the gallery district also enjoyed viewing fine art, meeting artists, sampling hors d'oeuvres, sipping wine and live music. There were approximately 300 people visiting the gallery district to partake in the festivities.
Friday, March 11, 2011
The image size for Creek, Study 3 is 7 1/2" x 7 3/4". Volleyball Court, Study 3 measures 7 3/4" x 7 3/4". Both are overmatted to 16"x20" with archival 4-ply board. Prints are signed and numbered by the artist. Each print is limited to an edition of 25 prints.
The print special pricing is $350 each or $600 for the set of two. For more information please contact Studio 391.
Sunday, February 20, 2011
Agelio Batle’s Graphite Object, asparagus, is featured in this month’s issue of Elle Décor UK. The article features designer, Thorten van Elten with mention of the asparagus and other graphite objects.
Batle’s graphite objects are limited series. There is also a small peapod that has become very popular.
Please view our selection of Agelio Batle Graphite Objects at www.studio391.net.
Congratulations to Peter Hess, the winner of our first ever drawing contest. Peter sketched a wonderful landscape using the Twisted Leaf Agelio Batle Graphite Object to create his drawing. His bold yet detailed drawing expressed the entire surface of the pencil and what is has to offer on a 5x7 inch piece of white paper.
Peter wins his choice of any Agelio Batle Graphite Object [pencil] available from our current selection in our gallery showcase.
Thank you to all that entered the contest. And, a special thanks to Hall Kelley of Hall Kelley Organization for judging the contest.
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Sometimes photography trips take an unexpected turn. Last year Rolfe Horn headed for the Olympic National Park in Washington State. As he approached the Oregon border the weather further north was forecasted for 70 degrees and cloudless skies so Horn changed his destination.
Instead, he headed for the Oregon coast where atmospheric conditions are usually a certainty. It is here that Horn spent a few days turning his camera to the sights he enjoys photographing. These newly released images embody Horn's trademark ethereal look and rich tonality. His quality of light and exceptional darkroom printing are always a superb combination.
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
For one weekend in January (usually the 3rd weekend) galleries and dealers from around the world converge in Santa Monica to showcase and sell fine art photographs from some of the most famous names in photography as well as emerging artists.
In addition to the exhibition, there were collecting seminars, lectures, book signings, and much more.
Jeanne Falk Adams (pictured above) was one of five panel members that was in attendance to discuss, Troubled Waters: History and Politics of Landscape Photography.
Photo l.a. is one of the longest running photography fairs west of New York City.
If you haven’t attended this event before, mark your calendar for next year.
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
If you like Sonoma County wines and art then you should know about Eric Kent Wine Cellars.
Kent Humphrey and Colleen Teitgen, the duo behind the barrel, made it their mission to capture the best Sonoma County has to offer in every bottle and feature works of art on every Eric Kent wine.
The 2009 Small Town Pinot Noir retails for $43 a bottle but clients of Studio 391 are eligible for the club discount price of $36 by referencing “Rolfe Horn” when placing an order.
More information about Eric Kent Wine Cellars at www.erickentwines.com.