The Coastal Arts League is a well-lit space in a great location. The gallery has a clear and consistent focus on local/Bay Area art and artists. Monthly exhibitions include many high-quality themed shows. Visitors can find a variety of original art at accessible prices.
Members of the
Patricia E. Keefe
Karen Whittaker - Acrylic painter
January 21 to June 27
Kathryn Degliantoni - watercolor painter
January 12 to June 27
Robert Mahrer - June 28 to December 30
Maurice Walcott, Woodcarver
Developing my own carving style has resulted in a variety of wood sculptures ranging from realistic fauna and buildings, to the fanciful.Carving became an obsession in the mid-90’s, focusing initially on NW Indian totem images based on my interest in Anthropology.
Although I have been a ceramic artist for 20 years, my current passion is glass, fusion and lampworking. My glass art knows no limits. It can be shiny, smooth, bumpy, reflective, reactive, heavy or light. The work flows through me, allowing the glass to come to life in new and inspiring ways.
Patricia Dennis, Fine Art Photography
A California native, raised in the Bay Area, Patricia’s photography style has been described as eclectic. I am a creative and the scene dictates whether the outcome will be painterly, natural or abstract. My emphasis is to touch on the emotions and memories of the viewer
Stained Glass artist Jeff Levine says, "All our lives, we are taught not to break glass. What a mistake and what satisfaction in breaking it to your own vision. Many of my pieces combine glass and wood often found on local beaches.
I allow the wood to inspire and dictate the direction of the piece – sometimes representational, other times more abstract. I always try to preserve “live edges,” which contribute to the uniqueness of each piece. Living on the California Coast is a constant source of inspiration and materials."
Marie Susa, Nature Photographer
Sloane Perroots: Ceramic Artist
Sloane Perroots' pottery
is both functional and beautiful, reflecting her love of food, family,
Gail Lockhart - Stained Glass
Rebecca Holland’s landscapes are filled with color and luminous “magic light”. Images in oil on canvas celebrate the beauty of where she lives and works, of our redwood forests, mountains, farmlands, the coast and the natural world all around us.
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. I believe I can capture the transitory nature of my subjects by using techniques which are available to me primarily in water media.
Patricia E. Keefe
Cheryl Costella ~ Oil painter
Betsy Harms, Jewelry
Betsy Harms is one third of Outlaw Designs. She collaborates with her daughter Christine Blomquist and friend Carolyn Jacob to make unique jewelry. Betsy also manages the Gallery Hosts.
Claudia Gray, Multi media
I am deeply inspired by Nature and Eastern Philosophy. When I work with paint or with molten glass, I am reminded that everything is fluid and impermanent. Creating art gives me a sense of harmony, peace. I am constantly evolving from each technique that I use.
Sharon Scott frequently hosts
the Main Street gallery. She studied art at Chouinard Art School in Los Angeles, where she was exposed to a wide variety of media including oils and acrylics. One day, she came across watercolors and said she “thought that was a medium I’d like to try." Since coming to the Coastside, Sharon has continued to paint with Priscilla Klass.