Beginning January, 2010
a sampling from the Dolphin Gallery
Other Venues: Westamerica Bank
Helen Klembeck, manager of the
selects a theme or media for the exhibit at Westamerica Bank in Gualala. Exhibits will run from six to eight weeks. The current exhibit at Westamerica Bank is a sampling of photography from The Dolphin Gallery.
Originally on view is
Bo Svensson's "California Street," a striking photo covering 5 blocks of this very vertical street,
Bill Apton's "Edge of Paradise," a place we can all relate to,
Jeanne Gadol's "Monarchs" as only she can do,
Tom Eckles' "Pathways," which appears to be a European street at dusk but is actually at Multnomah Falls along the Columbia River in Oregon,
Mel Gerst's fabulous "Green Flash," a popular subject here at the coast, and
Kent Weymouth's "Angels Gate," from his Pacific Coast lighthouse series, a giclée on canvas.
As pieces sell, replacements will be brought in from the inventory at the Dolphin. All purchases will be made through the Dolphin Gallery. Visa and Mastercard are accepted.
For additional information please call the Dolphin at 884-3896. The Dolphin Gallery is an associate store of Gualala Arts.
Westamerica Bank is located in downtown Gualala,
behind the Dolphin Gallery.