Hairy Putter, Mendocino County's canine reviewer extraordinaire, visited Studio 391 in Gualala's Cypress Village Gallery District recently. Hairy, (right) and companion Jai Ram, (left) toured the gallery and gave it a "pawsitive" review. Before heading off to their next destination, the two dogs posed for a photograph in the gallery. Hairy chronicles his visits to various pet-friendly destinations in Mendocino County on his own blog at www.HairysBlog.com.
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
After numerous requests Agelio Batle has released a whale pencil. The graphite object [pencil] measures approximately 4 inches, has nice detail and fits nicely in the hand. It retails for $28.99 and comes with a gift box that includes information about the artist and his process. Please stop by the gallery to see this new pencil and the other offerings from Batle Studio.
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.