Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Now on Display - Works by Maureen Hood

Over and Under, Mixed Media on Paper, 2004, 11" x 7¾" 
You can view what Maureen Hood now has on display in the gallery by selecting the Page Link in the top left of this page or click here.

Monday, January 31, 2011

New Arrival from John Tarahteeff

"Ruth" by John Tarahteeff, acrylic on canvas, 8x8in
This new painting by John Tarahteeff is now on display in the gallery. Drop by to see it in person.
We are open Wednesday-Saturday 12pm-5pm.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Wayne Jiang Workshop in March

Paint Like the Old Dutch Masters with Acrylic
Solomon Dubnick artist Wayne Jiang will be teaching a 4-day/2-weekend acrylic painting workshop at the Santa Cruz Art League March 5 and 6, 12 and 13. The class will cover mixed media, landscape and collage, layering in glazes, and combining opaque and transparent paint. Space is limited. Download the PDF workshop brochure.

Saturday, January 15, 2011

New Arrivals From Gary Dinnen

Stop by the gallery to see these fanciful new arrivals by Gary Dinnen. Left to Right: "It Licked His Nose," "Birdhouse," and "Joy."

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Kicking off 2011 with "Works on Paper"

The SD Gallery is showing some of their top artists along with guest artists in the gallery's beautiful new location. This two-month show includes Tom Hulse's "Urban Landscapes," and works by Gary Pruner, Maureen Hood, Gregory Kondos, John Tarahteeff, Joseph Bellacera, David Gilhooly, Garr Ugalde, Ken Waterstreet, Laura Hohlwein, Paula Wenzl Bellacera, Laurie Winthers, Lee Kavaljian, Julie Didion, Gary Dinnen, Eric Dahlin, Jeff Myers, Donna Hunsburger, Taylor Gutermute, Char Crail, plus more.

Exhibition: January 8 - February 26, 2011
Thursday Preview Reception: Feb. 10th, 5-8 P.M.
Second Saturday Reception: Feb. 12th, 12-2 P.M. & 6-9 P.M.

New SD Gallery, New Owners

Sacramento's storied Solomon Dubnick Gallery has been sold and relocated from midtown to the burgeoning arts district developing along downtown's R Street corridor. The gallery reopened in December 2010 at 720 Rhodin Lane, between R and S streets, under the direction of new owner Robert Andersen.

Andersen, a 25-year veteran of the local art scene, says the gallery will be in the same brick building as the Pamela Skinner Gallery, near the Verge Gallery + Studio Project, the Art Foundry Gallery and Crocker Art Museum. "This is becoming a beautiful destination area," he says of the corridor. "You can spend an entire day going from one gallery to another."