Frances Nichols

June Gloom in Malibu - Frances Nichols

My work is based on the tradition of the early California Impressionist plein-air painters and their emphasis on colored light. The works are in watercolor, pastel and oil, done on site or from my photos. My paintings investigate the local scenery of the high desert, the Sierra Mountains, and the Los Angeles coast. I like […]

Georgeann Dumkrieger

Palos Verdes Coast - Georgeann Robertson

Ms. Dumkrieger has been painting since 1987, and she has collected numerous awards at various shows she has participated in. She is an active member of the Artist Open Group and Palos Verdes Painters (affiliated with Palos Verdes Art Center), Torrance Artists Guild, Destination: Art and Artlife South Bay. In addition, she served several years […]

Christina Centofante

Alisal Ranch - Christina Centofante

Christina Centofante was born in New Brunswick, Canada and currently resides in Southern California on the Palos Verdes Peninsula. She has worked as a professional artist since graduating from Fashion Institute of Technology in New York with a degree in commercial art and advertising design. Captivated by an array of subjects — portrait, still life, […]

Nancy Comaford

Nancy Comaford Necklaces

Jewelry is my artwork. I design and make it all — using semiprecious stones, freshwater pearls, coral, and seashells with pendants from all over the world.  Also some Murano glass. I make earrings, bracelets and necklaces. Nancy Comaford was a participating artist in the 2016 Rejoice in Art! Fair

Linda Melber

Linda Melber Pastel

I am a local artist born and raised in Santa Monica, California. Much of my free time growing up was spent at our local beaches and in the nearby mountains. Over the last few years I have developed a passion for painting using the pastel medium. I find that pastels create beautiful and vibrant paintings. […]

Virginia Kamhi

Malibu Lagoon - Virginia Kamhi

My art journey began at an early age, as I sat beside my grandmother while she painted, or imagined myself wandering through my great uncle’s landscapes. Art surrounded me, and I spent many childhood hours drawing, coloring, and experimenting with various media. To this day I am excited by the smell of oil paint and […]

Chris Stillians

The Rusty Tree - Chris Stillians

Photography discovered me in the summer of 1968, the year I graduated from high school. Maybe it would be more appropriate to say that the art and science of photography grabbed me by the throat and would not let go. I had an interest in art and was taking art classes in high school, but […]