Dolores Garren

Dolores Garren Seascape

“Without words, Garren’s brush, paint and canvas allow her to capture fragments of God’s creation with a unique balance of color, light, and shadow. She lures the viewer to experience beauty, harmony and tranquility in her work.” Dolores Garren’s oil paintings reflect her love of landscapes and seascapes of the California coast. She comments, “I’m […]

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, […]

Bonny Botello

Bonny Botello Pastel

I am inspired to paint a wide variety of subjects, whether a beautiful landscape, the subtle lights of a nocturnal scene, a beautiful child or other special person, an iconic landmark, the geometry of architectural structure and the colors and forms of flowers. I use acrylic paints and pastels. The process of creation is frequently […]

Joy Gonzalez

Tejon Foothills - Joy Gonzalez

Joy Gonzalez paints landscapes of San Pedro and Palos Verdes as well as scenes from her travels, especially in the Southwestern U.S. and the Sierra Nevada mountains. Her goal is to paint expressively, yet maintain a sense of realism, as she conveys her deep appreciation of the beauty of nature. Her goal in painting outdoors […]

June Treherne

Clay Wall Art - June Treherne

My first passion is my garden, and I also love to create interesting wall art from clay that can be displayed in the garden or in the home. I focus on color and texture, and sometimes use succulents to enhance some of my designs. June Treherne was a participating artist in the 2018 Rejoice in […]

Kalinka Corbacho

Oda a la Alegría Mujer - Kalinka Corbacho

Kalinka Corbacho was born in Valencia, in 1966. She grew up between Venezuela and Spain. Toward the end of the seventies, when she was studying in Madrid, the seeds of her artistic vision, based on the emotion that “the moment” represents in the different moods of people, were planted. Kalinka moved to Caracas again in […]

Steve Abshear

Steve Abshear Woodturning

I was about 10 years old when I realized that I liked working with my hands. My dad started an addition to our house, a project that would last several years. I started helping him build a retaining wall, mostly digging and mixing mortar. By age 12, I was using a Skillsaw and never looked […]

Joyce Carol Watanabe

Joyce Carol Watanabe Jewelry

A fascination with rocks, shells and metal led Joyce Carol Watanabe to learn jewelry making. When an auntie taught her pearl knotting, she continued taking metalwork classes at Long Beach Community College, Venice Community Adult School, and Torrance Cultural Arts Center. At the Culver City Rocks and Minerals Club workshop volunteers taught her lapidary to […]

Georgeann Robertson

Point Vicente Lighthouse - Georgeann Robertson

Ms. Robertson 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 […]

Chris Stoten

Metal Flying Pelican Sculpture - Chris Stoten

I create mostly kinetic metal sculptures that move with the wind, along with some wall hangings. The inspiration comes from the birds and creatures that inhabit a lagoon near my home of the West Coast. Sculptures include herons, pelicans, quail, coyotes, shore birds, whales, dolphins, fish, turtles, road runners, frogs, flying pelicans, hummingbirds and flamingos. […]