join us on FacebookJoin us
on Facebook

Graton Gallery - California Fine Art & Artisan Crafts ~ “A friendly destination for great art!”

Graton Gallery ~ California Fine Art & Artisan Crafts ~ “A friendly destination for great art!”

Graton Gallery is located in the heart of west Sonoma County. The gallery and adjacent sculpture garden showcase original fine art paintings, prints and sculpture, along with jewelry, pottery, glass, textiles and wood crafts by over 50 local artists.

Since first opening in August 2002, Graton Gallery has offered an ever-changing variety of original art, and is a favorite destination of those who find it. Behind its narrow store-front, the long, high-ceiling show space and adjacent sculpture garden hold one of the largest overall selections of local fine art and artisan crafts in Sonoma County.

The Gallery is owned and operated by a partnership of 9 local artists; Sally Baker, Susan Ball, James Freed, Bruce Hopkins, Soo Noga, Rik Olson, Linda Ratzlaff, Sandra Rubin and Mylette Welch. Partners share a common interest in actively supporting the arts as Board Members, Volunteers and Directors of local arts organizations.

New art shows debut every 6 weeks. Opening receptions for each new show offer the public an opportunity to meet the artists, engage in lively conversation, and enjoy our famous hospitality!


As an “artist's gallery” Graton Gallery has a unique relationship with a vast pool of professional artists and is able to draw new guest artists for each show. The Invitational Exhibition each winter brings together over 25 top Northern California painters, printmakers and sculptors into one show. The Gallery also hosts the ARTrails Preview Show in October (in tandem with the Arts Council of Sonoma County), sponsors community events and supports emerging local artists.

Come meet the artists and enjoy Graton Gallery's famous hospitality!

News Flash:
Graton Gallery has been voted 2013 Best Art Gallery in Sonoma County by the Press Democrat's Readers Poll.
Graton Gallery is honored to be chosen as “Best Gallery”. The readers of The Press Democrat get to pick their choices in dozens of categories for the very best of what Sonoma County has to offer. Thank you Press Democrat and Readers!!
Read the Press Democrat's online poll results.

Graton Gallery

Graton Gallery

Celebrating A DECADE OF GREAT ART!

9048 Graton Road, Graton CA 95444
Open Tuesday ~ Saturday 10:30am to 6pm,
Sunday 10:30am to 4pm
phone: 707-829-8912
e-mail: artshow@gratongallery.com
> More Location & Contact Information

Reception party in the sculpture garden

“WOW. This is hands down the best gallery I've been to in the west coast. As a NYC gallery snob (used to work at Christie's), I have high gallery standards. I was totally surprised to be blown away by a gallery in a town that has... about 1.5 blocks of ‘downtown.’ I dragged my husband along who is not a super art lover, and even he was singing its praises. The art was varied in style, type, and price, which I loved, and somehow it all also seemed to gel together. If you're in the area, definitely put this place on your list. If not, it's still worth a trip!”
- Four STAR Review posted on Yelp.com

Graton Gallery

Discover Graton

A very tiny “taste-full” town not far off the beaten path...

Once considered a “rough little apple cannery town” Graton has become a favorite of locals as well as a tourist destination.

Graton is located 4 miles north of Sebastopol via HWY 116 - turn west on Graton Road for .5 miles to reach town. This laid-back and dog-friendly community is home to artists, writers, musicians, retirees, and young families.

Graton’s small, yet charming business district is an eclectic mix of Zagat-rated restaurants, contemporary fine art and handcraft galleries, antiques, a boutique clothing company, convenience market, wine production facility, community hall, and real estate offices.

Behind the restored historic storefronts lie some of the best restaurants in the county including Underwood Bar & Bistro, Willow Wood Market Café and Mexico Lindo. Graton Gallery and adjacent sculpture garden showcase one of the largest overall selections of California fine art and artisan crafts in Sonoma County. Mr. Ryders Antiques and collectables shop offers an ongoing treasure hunt.

Call for Entries!

Artists on Fire ~ a show of artworks created in and on match boxes.

- September 23 - October 19, 2014

Be part of the show. Download the Entry form PDF

Hand delivered submissions must be received at Graton Gallery on September 19 -20, 10:30am-6pm & September 21, 10:30am - 4pm, 2014,
Shipped works must arrive by 5pm on Sepember 19, 2014
Entry fee $10 per entry, Maximum 2 entries

Current Show:

> Past Exhibitions

> Upcoming Exhibitions

Sandra Rubin ~ Teachers and Influences

Featuring paintings by Sandra Rubin alongside works by artists who have influenced and inspired her:

Alan Azhderian
Lisa Beernsten
Gary Blackman
Ron Cooper
Michael Coy

Alan Johnson
Maury Lapp
Sara Spaulding Philips
Susan Proehl
Carole Watanabe

with Guest Artists
Tim Haworth, Steven Ashton,
Justine Gotthart and Florence Bass
Show Dates: August 5 - September 21, 2014
Artists Reception: Saturday August 9, 2pm - 5pm

Upcoming Exhibitions:


Bruce K Hopkins

Susan Shore

Bruce K Hopkins & Susan Shore ~ “Double Feature”

Show Dates:
September 23 - October 19, 2014
with Guest Artists Florence Bass & Larry Stefl
Artists Reception:
Saturday, September 27, 2pm - 5pm

James Freed

Show Dates: October 21 - November 30, 2014
Details to come

Mylette Welch

Show Dates: December 2, 2014 - January 11, 2015
Details to come
  • Artist~Partners

  • Sally Baker

  • Susan Ball

  • Marylu Downing

  • James Freed

  • Bruce K. Hopkins

  • Rik Olson

  • Linda Ratzlaff

  • Sandra Rubin

  • Mylette Welch

Announcement:

After a multi-year term as a valued gallery partner Soo Noga has decided to leave Graton Gallery to explore new creative pursuits. Her abstract paintings were admired by our patrons. Her contribution to the daily operation of the gallery was much apreciated. Thank you Soo for having been an important part of Graton Gallery! You can continue to follow her on her website: www.soonogastudio.com. She will also be represented at Graton Gallery in our upcoming 8th Invitational Exhibition - January 14 to February 23, 2014.

Our Artist-Partners

The Gallery is owned and operated by a partnership of 9 local artists who are inspired by the local culture and beautiful natural environment.

Our artist~partners cover a wide variety of subjects, techniques and inspirations. The gallery walls are constantly changing with a wide variety of art to please any art lover. Please vist each artists section for samples of our work.

Sally Baker ~ Watercolors that create a specific moment in time.

Susan Ball ~ Still-lifes that display meticulous detail of form and landscapes that reflect her love of nature.

Marylu Downing ~ Imaginative paintings inspired by everthing a rich life and environment provide.

James Freed ~ Draftsman and painter of landscapes with evidence of human interaction.

Bruce K. Hopkins ~ Geometric art, landscapes, cityscapes and figure studies in pastels, gouache & digital media.

Rik Olson ~ Printmaking and painting of landscapes and more.

Linda Ratzlaff ~ Landscapes of Sonoma county and surrounding areas.

Sandra Rubin ~ Acrylic paintings of land, figure and still life expressing immediate and profound responses to being alive.

Mylette Welch ~ Colorful, playful portraits of dogs, children, old diners, and rusty trucks from a a surrealistic world of dreams and memories.

Sally Baker

I am a watercolor artist in Sebastopol, California. I live with my husband Neil. Our son Keith has left Los Angeles and moved back to Sonoma County. Originally from Los Angeles, I received by B.A. from the University of California at Santa Barbara, and my teaching credential from the University of Southern California. I have been teaching fine arts for the past thirty-four years and currently teach at Healdsburg High School. Artist’s statements, like their art, evolve over time. So it is with me. As I reflect on my work, I inevitably come to certain conclusions. My early work spoke of my affinity with the high desert. I felt passionate about adobe structures. I was fascinated with the intensity of the soft desert colors. I was also drawn to the intense shadows cast because of the special light quality of the desert atmosphere. Although my work continues to focus on strong shadow shapes, I would have to say that my love of color has dominated my more current work. I love to use very saturated pigments while still allowing the light of the paper to shine through. After visiting Japan seven summers ago and again three summers ago, my subject matter has focused on Asian still life. I have always been drawn the Asian aesthetic and it seems to suit my style. I visited Italy this past March and returned with pottery from Tuscany and my latest paintings include luscious colors inspired by the region. I would describe my work as sharp focused with emphasis on strong shadow shapes that create a specific moment in time. It is my hope that the viewer will be engaged, enter the picture, slow down, explore and visit for a while.

Sally Baker

Sally Baker
website: www.sallybaker.com
e-mail: knsbaker@yahoo.com

Below are just a few samples of Sally's vibrant watercolor paintings:

Tuscan Plate with Asparagus

Tuscan Plate with Asparagus

Asian Still Life

Asian Still Life #3

Shells and Shadows

Shells and Shadows

Chopsticks with Blue and White Vessels

Chopsticks with Blue and White Vessels

Persimmon and Japanese Pot

Persimmon and Japanese Pot

Tuscan Plate with Asparagus

Tuscan Plate with Grapes

Susan R. Ball

Susan Ball was raised on a farm in England and trained as a biologist and a botanist. She has a keen appreciation of the natural world which translates into her work. Her still-life paintings display meticulous detail of form and her landscapes reflect her love of nature on a broader scale. She lives in Sonoma County where her subjects range from the bloom on a grape to the ever-changing light over the countryside.

Susan R. Ball
website: www.susanrball.com
e-mail: susan@susanrball.com

Below are just a few more samples of Susan's paintings:


English Countryside

Marylu Downing

Most of my life I've made art. For many years I created more functional art: dolls, puppets, painted boxes, original games and wearable art clothing. After completing a large order of hand-painted scarves for Nordstrom, I longed to leave production art and just paint, and I did that in 1993.”

I often work from the imagination but also use references. I create commissioned work from a meeting with the person, or family and continue from photographs.”

I also participate in the open studio events Art at the Source in June and ARTrails in October. Check the Art Shows section for upcoming events information.”

My art is in collections worldwide and I like to think that I am making a connection through paintings. I hope you find something in my art that makes you smile, or perhaps the colors match your sofa!”

Marylu Downing
website: www.studioml.com
e-mail: mdowning@sonic.net

Below are just a few samples of Marylu's prints and paintings:

Hot House

Sun Room

Fire

First Cuppa

Living Room

Dreamer

James Freed

James Freed, a skilled draftsman and painter, also has a background in architectural design. Originally from Los Angeles, CA, James grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. In the late eighties he returned to southern California to attend Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. After earning a BFA in Art Center's Illustration program in 1992, he worked as an artist and animator in the software industry for several years before switching to exhibit design. He currently runs his own exhibit design firm and teaches.

I'm interested in how people interact with the landscape through the built environment. My work tends to show landscapes with evidence of human interaction, buildings, boats, vehicles, and the like, but not so much the people themselves. The amazing way that light plays on the form of structures has always fascinated me. I like how our structures change over time, how they weather, and how they are affected by their environment. They are metaphors for human life.”

I feel that the basis of my work is anchored in drawing. I took a break from working in oils for several years and concentrated on just drawing and watercolor. I only recently began painting in oil again. I enjoy both. I like the directness of oil when painting outdoors. Painting in watercolor is always a challenge for me, disaster is always just a misplaced stroke or wash away.”

James teaches drawing and design to both graduate and undergraduate students at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, where he has been an adjunct professor since 1995. He also works with students through drawing and painting workshops that he offers through his website. James loves drawing and painting, especially outdoors, and is an avid hiker, swimmer, cyclist, and climber. He currently lives and works out of his home studio in Sebastopol and is earning a masters degree in Education at Sonoma State University.

James Freed
website: www.jamesfreed.com
e-mail: jamesfreed.design@mac.com

Below are just a few samples of James' paintings:

James Freed

Bruce K. Hopkins

As a long time resident of California's Bay Area, I work from my studio in Vallejo, California. Building on a life-long interest in fine art, a BA degree in art, and an ongoing career as an illustrator since 1989, I have been exhibiting my fine art since 2000. I have a variety of visual interests, including geometric art, landscapes, cityscapes and figure studies. I currently work in a variety of media, including pastels, acrylic, gouache and digitally created art.

Bruce Hopkins
website: www.bkhopkins.com
e-mail: bruce@bkhopkins.com

Bruce Hopkins

Rik Olson

Rik in his Studio

Born in Antioch, California in 1944, Rik Received his B.F.A. from the California College of Arts & Crafts, Oakland, in 1967. He studied and exhibited work in Florence, Italy, Germany and the U.S. Best known for his work in wood engraving, which he learned from Barry Moser and John DePol, he also works in Scratchboard, Pen & Ink, Etching, color linocut and about anything he can get his hands on. The last 20 years he has been freelancing his illustration work in the U.S. and abroad to corporate and publishing clients. Rik currently lives in Sebastopol California with his wife Brita and their two dogs.

Rik Olson
website: www.rikolson.com
e-mail: rik@rikolson.com

Below are just a few samples of Rik's prints and paintings:

Ole Olson Linocut Print

Linocut - Steamroller Print - SF Center for the Book 2008

Morning Star

Morning Starr - linocut print

Bodega Head Arch

Bodega Head Arch - acrylic/canvas

Twilight Oaks

Twilight Oaks

Markusturm Gate

Markusturm Gate - acrylic/panel

Winter Persimmons

Winter Persimmons - linocut print

Poppies

Poppies - linocut print

Linda Ratzlaff

Linda lives in Occidental, California. She is inspired by the natural beauty of Sonoma county and surrounding areas to paint landscapes for the sheer joy of it. She believes that painting on location gives work a greater degree of spontaneity, and truth to the vibrant light and color that catches the eye and enlivens the human heart and spirit.

Linda studied Fine Art in college and continued her studies with Junius Martin, student of the late Russian Master Sergei Bongart, and Ra Ariyamitr, who deepened her appreciation of the Old Masters and Impressionists.

In painting, Linda addresses the challenge of capturing the essence of the infinite beauty that Nature has given us. Through her work and study, she has found a constantly deepening awareness of the relations between knowledge, truth and beauty.

Why I Paint

To give form to and idea.
To create something unique.
To give a smile to myself and others; to amuse and mystify.
To answer the question: who am I?
To challenge myself and continue to have a focus for all my life experiences and observations.
To create a sense of balance, harmony and order in a chaotic world.
To reveal things that couldn't be seen in any other way.
To be good to my gift, if I don’t create these paintings, nobody is going to do them for me.

Linda Ratzlaff
e-mail: dlratz@comcast.net

Below are just a few samples of Linda's paintings:

Linda Ratzlaff
Linda Ratzlaff
Linda Ratzlaff
Linda Ratzlaff
Chickens Can Dance
Linda Ratzlaff
Linda Ratzlaff
Linda Ratzlaff
Linda Ratzlaff
Linda Ratzlaff

Sandra Rubin

My paintings - pigment on canvases- speak for me. While my words feel clumsy, I find a visual language expresses my response to being alive, and my desire to connect.

Sometimes I start with a particular image, idea or feeling (light behind leaves, spaces between branches, my dog at the beach-) usually something of beauty that “gives me pause”, that I would like to share.

In the process of painting I explore- make marks and respond- to colors, lines, shapes- until something of meaning and beauty emerges. In my favorite paintings something profound happens- something I can't anticipate or totally control- but deeply honor and appreciate.

I primarily work with acrylic paints- I paint figures, landscapes, sometimes still lives, often in expressive and abstract ways. I love mixing colors. I like to use marks that retain the energy of the moment. I appreciate interesting edges. I feel free to try different styles/colors/ mediums. I strive for a sense of space and simplicity- as a way to approach the “essence” of my subject and communication.

I like to leave space for the viewer to participate, and engage.

If you would like to see more of my paintings, please contact me:

Sandra Rubin
website: www.sandrarubinart.com
e-mail: rubinjohnson@earthlink.net
phone: 707-823-4728

Below are just a few samples of Sandra's paintings:

Sandra Rubin

Mylette Welch

Mylette in her Studio

Painter Mylette Welch was born in the sun-drenched, color saturated island of Oahu. Her family moved two years later to dusty, dry Bakersfield. “Something was missing.” She remembers thinking, “Where did all the color go? ”For anyone who has seen Welch’s paintings, its obvious that the color went into her playful portraits of stray dogs, children, old diners, and rusty trucks.

Mylette’s paintings are rooted in the Sonoma County landscape- gas stations, farmer’s markets, the vineyards, neighbor’s gardens, old trucks, and burger stands. But occasionally her paintings veer off into a surrealistic world of dreams and memories, where goldfish swim around the kitchen and accordions fly through the night sky.

Mylette Welch
website: www.mylettewelch.com
e-mail: mylettew@aol.com

Below are just a few samples of Mylette's paintings:

Blonds have more Fun

Blonds have more Fun

Crabbys

Crabbys

Space Patrol

Space Patrol

Vineyard Boys

Vineyard Managers

Swanky Franks

Swanky Franks

Stink Eye at the Crab Shack

Stink Eye at the Crab Shack

Our Artisans

Jewelry:
Blue Flame
Vivian Bronshuag
Max Broome
Simma Chester
Compass Rose
Carol Decker
Susanna Kaplan
Leech Studios
Stephen Mackres
Layla Musselwhite
Dick Johnston
Brita Olson
Melissa Reichman
Joan Vilms
Katie Winter

Glass:
Carmen Cavallero
Davin Goldskin
Branka Harris
Susanna Kaplan
Melissa McCann
Carla Sarvis
Patrick Scott
BarbaraTobin

Fiber Arts:
Abby Bard
Nancy Lorenz
Linda Sauter

Art Gourds:
Carla Marie Bratt

Mosaics:
Linda Sauter
Diane Szczepanski
Maralee Wisewomyn
Sieglinde Fels

Wood:
John A. Biggers
R. Dean Nyberg
Dick Johnston
Julian Shaw
Rik Olson

Note Cards:
Berrie Lewis

Books:
Gay Bishop Brorstrom
Marylu Downing

Furniture:
Lisa DeSoto
Michael Palace

Graton Gallery also features a variety of

original Artisan Crafts by over 50 Northern California Artists

Artisan Handcrafts

Ceramics/Pottery:
Jerry Arringron
Laurel Begley
Joel Bennett
Joann Cassady
John Chambers
Eleanor Despina
Suki Diamond
Jackie Formanek
Jim & Kay Fox
Barbara Hoffmann
Gerald & Kelly Hong
Jane McDonald
Carolyn Means
Nancy Morgan
Nichibei
Molly Prier
Kate Purcell
David Ross
Liz Russell
Ken Tracy
Steve Wheeler

Sculpture:
Don Ajello [bronze]
Don Babcock
Ron Barnett [metal chime]
Ted & Mary Bayer
Peter Crompton
Rene Dayan-Whitehead
Wyatt Ellison [steel]
Daniel Graham
Gary Grossi [assemblage]
Beth Hartman
Doug Hastings [marble]
Nell Hergenrather
Judy Hutchinson [figurative]
Colin Lambert [figurative]
Lillian Lehman [figurative]
Rebecca Love
Robin Messina-Burgert [ceramic]
Peterson/Moore [glass/metal]
Aaron Poovey
Patrick Scott [glass/metal]
Rene Shipley
Susandra Spicer [assemblage]
Rebecca Trevino
Joseph "Jody" Westheimer
Nancy Winn [paper mache]

Baskets:
Cheri Degenhardt [nature]
Faye Mather [palm]
Susan Miron [horsehair]
Pam Zimmerman [pine needle]

August 2014

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
          1 2
          Linda Ratzlaff &
Pamela Powell
continues
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Last Day
Linda
Ratzlaff &
Pamela
Powell
Closed Sandra Rubin ~ Teachers & Infuences
Opens
Sandra Rubin ~ Teachers & Infuences
continues August 5 - September 21, 2014
Sandra Rubin ~ Teachers & Infuences
Reception
2pm - 5pm
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Sandra Rubin ~ Teachers & Infuences
continues
Closed Sandra Rubin ~ Teachers & Infuences
continues August 5 - September 21, 2014
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
Sandra Rubin ~ Teachers & Infuences
continues
Closed Sandra Rubin ~ Teachers & Infuences
continues August 5 - September 21, 2014
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Sandra Rubin ~ Teachers & Infuences
continues
Closed Sandra Rubin ~ Teachers & Infuences
continues August 5 - September 21, 2014
31            
Sandra Rubin
continues
           

September 2014

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
  1 2 3 4 5 6
  Closed Sandra Rubin ~ Teachers & Infuences
continues August 5 - September 21, 2014
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Sandra Rubin ~ Teachers & Infuences
continues
Closed Sandra Rubin
continues August 5 - September 21, 2014
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Sandra Rubin ~ Teachers & Infuences
continues
Closed Sandra Rubin ~ Teachers & Infuences
continues August 5 - September 21, 2014
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
Last Day
Sandra Rubin ~ Teachers & Infuences
Closed Bruce K Hopkins
&
Susan Shore
Opens
Bruce K Hopkins & Susan Shore
~ Double Feature
continues September 23 - October 19, 2014
Bruce K Hopkins
&
Susan Shore
Reception
2pm - 5pm
28 29 30        
Bruce K Hopkins
&
Susan Shore
continues
Closed Bruce K Hopkins
&
Susan Shore
continues
       

October 2014

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
      1 2 3 4
      Bruce K Hopkins & Susan Shore
~ Double Feature
continues September 23 - October 19, 2014
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
Bruce K Hopkins
&
Susan Shore
continues
Closed Bruce K Hopkins & Susan Shore
~ Double Feature
continues September 23 - October 19, 2014
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Bruce K Hopkins
&
Susan Shore
continues
Closed Bruce K Hopkins & Susan Shore
~ Double Feature
continues September 23 - October 19, 2014
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
Last Day
Bruce K Hopkins
&
Susan Shore
Closed James Freed
Opens
James Freed continues
October 21 - November 30, 2014
26 27 28 29 30 31  
James Freed
continues
Closed James Freed continues
October 21 - November 30, 2014
 

November 2014

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
            1
            James Freed
continues
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
James Freed
continues
Closed James Freed continues
October 21 - November 30, 2014
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
James Freed
continues
Closed James Freed continues
October 21 - November 30, 2014
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
James Freed
continues
Closed James Freed continues
October 21 - November 30, 2014
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
James Freed
continues
Closed James Freed continues
October 21 - November 30, 2014
Closed James Freed continues
October 21 - November 30, 2014
30            
Last Day
James Freed
           

December 2014

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
  1 2 3 4 5 6
  Closed Mylette Welch
Opens
Mylette Welch
continues December 2, 2014 - January 11, 2015
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Mylette Welch
continues
Closed Mylette Welch
continues December 2, 2014 - January 11, 2015
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Mylette Welch
continues
Closed Mylette Welch
continues December 2, 2014 - January 11, 2015
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
Mylette Welch
continues
Closed Mylette Welch
continues December 2, 2014 - January 11, 2015
Closed Mylette Welch
continues December 2, 2014 - January 11, 2015
28 29 30 31      
Mylette Welch
continues
Closed Mylette Welch
continues December 2, 2014 - January 11, 2015
     

Visit | Contact

> Our Friends

> Artist~Partners Contact Info

Graton Gallery

Graton Gallery is located in the heart of the Green Valley wine region of Sonoma County, California.

Graton's charming 1 block downtown district is packed with original art, antiques, Asian treasures and highly acclaimed restaurants including: Graton Gallery, Mr. Ryder & Company Antiques, Art Honors Life/The Gallery at Funeria, Underwood Bar & Bistro, Willow Wood Market Café, and Mexico Lindo.

Graton Gallery

9048 Graton Road, Graton CA 95444
Open Tuesday ~ Saturday 10:30am to 6pm,
Sunday 10:30am to 4pm
phone: 707-829-8912
e-mail: artshow@gratongallery.com

Join our Guest Book

To receive advance notice of our exhibitions, receptions and special events via email and/or snail mail - please send your contact info to: artshow@gratongallery.com.

Gallery Artist~Partners contact info:

Sally Baker
website: www.sallybaker.com
e-mail: knsbaker@yahoo.com

Susan R. Ball
website: www.susanrball.com
e-mail: susan@susanrball.com

Bruce Hopkins
website: www.bkhopkins.com
e-mail: bruce@bkhopkins.com

James Freed
website: www.jamesfreed.com
e-mail: jamesfreed.design@mac.com

Soo Noga
website: www.soonogastudio.com
e-mail: jezsiq19@hotmail.com

Rik Olson
website: www.rikolson.com
e-mail: rik@rikolson.com

Linda Ratzlaff
e-mail: dlratz@comcast.net

Sandra Rubin
website: www.sandrarubinart.com
e-mail: rubinjohnson@earthlink.net

Mylette Welch
website: www.mylettewelch.com
e-mail: mylettew@aol.com

Our Friends:

Main Stage West
Performing Artists Theater
104 N. Main Street, Sebastopol, CA 95472
707-823-0177 - www.mainstagewest.com

Graton Gallery: 9048 Graton Road, Graton CA 95444 | 707-829-8912 | artshow@gratongallery.com
Open Tuesday ~ Saturday 10:30 to 6pm, Sunday 10:30am to 4pm

TOP