The North Coast Artists’ Guild was formed in 1997 as an affiliate of Gualala Arts to better serve working artists in the Mendocino and Sonoma coastal communities, from as far south as the Russian River to as far north as Little River.
Guild activities include:
- the annual Studio Discovery Tour
- exhibits in local venues
- a double booth at the annual Art in the Redwoods Festival
- several exhibits each year at the Gualala Arts Center
- membership meetings
- a list-serve and website
- scholarship funding
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The Studio Discovery Tour is our largest event. It is managed by the Guild and is held on two weekends beginning on Labor Day weekend. Thousands of color brochures are printed and distributed in July and August to promote this event. You can download a free copy of the brochure from the Guild’s StudioDiscoveryTour.com website. You can request a paper copy from:
North Coast Artists’ Guild
P.O. Box 1658
Gualala, CA 95445
The Guild’s central objective is to assist local artists in improving their incomes and reputations. We are working to make our art community an art buying destination like the towns of Mendocino and Carmel.
For more information, see the North Coast Artists’ Guild website.
For a list of all NCAG members click here
For more info, contact the current NCAG President, Doric T. jemison-Ball ll at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Artist members will be posting their news on the new Facebook page:Facebook.com/northcoastartistsguild
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For a list of our Venues click here!
Galleries & Studios Open to the Public:
In addition to the Annual Studio Discovery Tour, some artists open their studios to the public throughout the year. The holidays are sooner than you think. This is a fun way to shop for a unique gift or for a brilliant, individual object d’art for your home.
Listed in Alphabetical Order
Bill Apton is proud to announce the completion of his full-service photography studio. Apton, best known locally for his photo essay and book “Mendonomans”, portraits of coastal residents, has been a commercial photographer in the bay area for 30 years.
Some clients include Wells Fargo, PGE, Firemans Fund, Chevron, Freixenet and San Francisco Magazine. In addition to industrial and studio advertising, he has expertise in editorial work and has extensive experience in photographing fine art for reproduction.
Go to www.aptonphoto.com to learn more or call (707)884-4278.
Artist’s Collective in Elk
ACE is proud to show the works of artists from Ft Bragg to the north, Sea Ranch to the south and Cloverdale to the east. We are a group of 30 artists and offer paintings, photography, pottery, jewelry, textiles, sculpture, furniture, baskets and greeting cards.
We are open 7 days a week, 10-5 and are located at 6031 S HWY 1, in the cute town of Elk. Our phone number is 707.877.1128. From Hwy 128, go south 7 miles on Hwy 1. From Pt. Arena, go 15 miles north on Hwy 1.
Ann Berger opens her sculptural ceramics Sea Bluff Studio daily by appointment between 10 am and 5 pm. Call 707-785-2044 to assure her availability.
Enjoy her sculptures and vessels that are large, exuberant, colorful and enhanced with wildly varied textures. All pieces are “one of a kind” originals. There will never be a copy.
The Sea Ranch, CA 95497
Gualala Ridge Press
Visit Miriam Owen’s print studio year round by appointment.
38600 Old Stage Rd. Gualala
Cynthia Myers Studio
Cynthia Myers Art Glass Studio
43000 Airport Road
Little River, Ca.
The Prentice Gallery
The Prentice Gallery presents a full array of our finest art offerings, including paintings, gifts, photography, prints, ceramics, sculpture, wood turnings and more.
Stop by our art gallery at 45110 Main Street (near Kasten) in Mendocino. The cross street is Lansing. Walt Rush’s beautiful jewelry is shown there. Walt and Susan are often on site at the Prentice Gallery on Wednesdays 10 to 5.
The Prentice Gallery
45110 Main Street (near Kasten)
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