Meet the Artists of the Collective
300 Main St, Half Moon Bay, CA 650-726-6335 Hours: Thursday-Monday, 12-5 pm
Photo by Jane Lewis
Photo by Jane Lewis
New Members Add Variety to the Artists' Collective
A self-taught artist, Gary Frink's career in the military and aviation industry led to cartooning what he knew best – airplanes and sports. He is a popular instructor in the Senior Art classes, sponsored by CAL. Gary joined the Artists Collective in 2019. He has won several prizes for his pen and ink drawings, influenced by his love of the outdoors. email@example.com
Cheryl Costella ~ Focus on Lighthouses
Maurice Walcott, Woodcarver
Randall Reid is a longtime member and past president of the League. He hosts the gallery once a month, and shows a few of his ceramic pieces. He teaches pottery classes on weekends.
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. Open daily from noon to 5:00 PM, visitors can find a variety of original art at accessible prices.
Sloane Perroots: Ceramic Artist
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
My work is an attempt to capture moments what will never be repeated in exactly the same way. Acrylic painting was my chosen medium in art school. Then I discovered watercolor, and without taking a class, I joyfully began experimenting. I believe I can capture the transitory nature of my subjects by using techniques which are available to me primarily in water media. Glazing is a technique I use frequently in order to give vibrancy and glow to my subjects. I enjoy a hard edge in juxtaposition to areas of “wet on wet”. I believe my fascination with color intensity is influenced by being raised in the gray “coal region” of Pennsylvania. Linda L. Curtis www.paintingsbylindacurtis.us
Thomas Goodson, Silversmith