Coast Highway Art Collective patio p'ARTy July 3 & 4
Please note, this event has expired.
CHAC gallery has now added safe shopping days on Friday and Saturday of each week. We will have selected pieces of artwork on display from inside the gallery moved out to the courtyard. On request, small groups can also be escorted inside.
SUMMER IN THE GARDEN
Point Arena artist Lauren Sinnott has created a line of “3-D” face masks that are generously sized and, while forming a barrier, provide breathing room, making them very comfortable. In classic Sinnott style, these masks are bright, colorful and very fun. Prices range from $25 to $45.
During Safe Shopping Days in July, the Collective is featuring functional fabric art by Teresa Granath, aka The Green Bag Lady. Make-up bags, coin purses and cell phone holders areView more
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SUMMER IN THE GARDEN – During Safe Shopping Days in July, the Collective is featuring functional fabric art by Teresa Granath, aka The Green Bag Lady. Make-up bags, coin purses, and cell phone holders are available from $8 to $16. A special line of face masks is priced at $12 each, many with lighthouse themes. Visit Teresamade.com for more products.Point Arena artist Lauren Sinnott has created a line of “3-D” face masks that are generously sized and, while forming a barrier, provide breathing room, making them very comfortable. In classic Sinnott style, these masks are bright, colorful, and very fun. Prices range from $25 to $45.Handmade cotton shirts from the summer collection of July 5/Sky Dancer are on sale this month. The gallery also carries her line of warm “neck gators,” cashmere hats and scarves, cashmere ponchos, and silk scarves.CHAC is also excited to promote the artwork of East Bay artist Chris Johnson, who creates amazing gourds and wrapped rocks. The rocks are available now at the gallery. The gourds are available online only, but gallery manager Ling-Yen Jones says there are plans to have her work on-site soon.Johnson began working with baskets and gourds in the early 1990s when she attended several classes at the Caning Shop in Berkeley. Later, she joined the Bay Area Basket Makers and the East Bay Gourd Patch.Johnson says “Each gourd is like a blank canvas with an inherently unique shape so there is a challenge to see what will work the best for each one. My penchant for using Asian motifs can be traced to living in Japan in the early ’60s. I also enjoy using U.S. Southwestern designs as well as those found in nature or contemporary expression. Her works have been shown in several galleries in the east bay, at the Dolphin Gallery in Gualala and as part of the Bay Area Basket Makers on display at the Gualala Art Center in the past. If interested, Johnson can be reached at email@example.com
Sea Ranch fabric artist Barbara Dunsmoor is exhibiting several of her exquisite, quilted pieces that are framed as pieces of fine art. Dunsmoor, who recently joined the Collective, is known for her modern interpretation of fabric as art and her mastery of color and composition.
284 Main Street, Point Arena, CA 95468