Meet the Artists of the Collective
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New Members Add Variety to the Artists' Collective
Heather Richman - Glass Artist
Cheryl Costella ~ Focus on Lighthouses
"I am a Sunday afternoon potter, who loves glazes, and the process of creating in clay. My current passion is to develop sparkling luster glazes that enhance my sculptural and sprigged ceramic work. Asian themes, especially Quan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy and sea mist figures of a neoclassical style are subjects of my current work."
Maurice Walcott, Woodcarver
Patricia E. Keefe
Patricia Keefe is an alumnus of the University of San Francisco. She received her B.A. in Art and her M.A. in Sculpture and fine Arts. Her work has been described as surreal, whimsical and metaphoric, each piece described as one of a kind. Whether the work hangs on the wall or stands free, she continually experiments with new ideas and material. She is actively involved with the Coastal Arts League, The Sculptor's Guild, The Women's Caucus for Art and several other art organizations.
Linda Curtis, Watercolorist
The act of painting is meditative for me, and often results in a painting which engenders a peaceful feeling in others. That feeling is my intent. email@example.com
It may seem cliché, but the older I become, the faster time seems to pass. My work is an attempt to encapsulate moments that will never be repeated in exactly the same way. My background is as an acrylic painter which was my chosen medium in art school. About 10 years ago I discovered watercolor, and without taking a class, I joyfully began experimenting. Now water-media are my focus, since I believe I can capture the transitory nature of my subjects by using techniques which are available to me primarily in these media. Glazing is a technique I use frequently in order to give vibrancy and glow to my subjects.
I enjoy hard edge in juxtaposition to areas of “wet on wet”. I believe my fascination with color intensity is a counterbalance to being raised in the gray “coal region” of Pennsylvania. Linda L. Curtis www.paintingsbylindacurtis.us
Kendra Klauber Davis - Mixed Media
Kendra Klauber Davis, a resident of Moss Beach for 30 years, was an artist all of her life. Sculpture, painting, pine needle basketry, jewelry, printmaking, ceramics and photography are Just some of the media she works in. Kendra was an award winning artist for most of her career including the San Mateo County Star Arts Award, Grumbacher Gold Medal in Painting, plus numerous Best in Show Awards and Gold Medals. Many of her baskets and jewelry can be purchased in the gallery store.
Letty and Mal Dolmatz attending an opening in the Arabella Decker Gallery
Alexandra Dolmatz invites you to enter her world of art where she has lived most of her life. The University of California at Los Angeles provided her training, however, her learning did not stop after graduation. Constant growth and experimentation is a lifelong process for her.
Watercolors, acrylics, oils, stained glass and photography have provided exciting mediums in which to create, and recently Dolmatz has been investigating the computer as a fine art tool. She derives her inspiration from her California home and from the many countries she has visited.
Thomas Goodson, Silversmith