Gallery 10 represent a broad spectrum of professional skills and artistic achievement. We are continually exhibiting new works from this highly talented group of artists and invite you to make return visits to our gallery and enjoy the ever growing creativity. To be considered as a gallery consignor artist, please download the application on our Contact Us page.
Cathleen Berglund studied art primarily with Maurice Lapp at Santa Rosa junior college. Her distinctive paintings, drawings, and sculptures were first shown in Sonoma and Mendicino County galleries fifty years ago, followed by exhibitions in galleries and festivals in California, Washington and Minnesota. She is a frequent exhibitor at juried shows in Sacramento. She has recently been accepted to show at this fine gallery again, bringing her art “back home”.
Bruce Hancock, now retired, dedicates full time to painting. He paints California and western themed landscapes as well as portraits, figures and still life subjects. The practice of plein air painting – painting outdoors from life – is a favorite pursuit. Bruce has studied with many gifted artists and art instructors including Howard Rees, Dan Edmondson, Qiang Huang, Fongwei Liu, Kathleen Dunphy, Michael Siegel, Suchitra Bhosle, Craig Nelson and Terry Miura. His work has won numerous awards and is in many private collections.
Patti Fulton started her art career as a Medical Illustrator for UCSD and Scripps Research in La Jolla, CA., she did this for 25 years. Later she relocated to the sierra foothills, working in the wine industry as a Graphic designer.
Then along came COVID, she was laid off from her job. It was then she picked up her pencils and began to draw again.
Her love of animals and life with horses led her to familiar images at first, from there she moved to people having always been fascinated with faces. Eyes and the story the lines in someone’s face tells, from the inside out.
Pen and Ink Mary is a Freelance Illustrator, Concept Artist, and Visual Development Artist currently working on developing her own visions and personal projects in her home studio. She is trained in both digital and a variety of traditional mediums and describes her painting style as illustrative and cinematic. Current mediums include Pen and Ink, Graphite, Oils and Digital Painting. Website www.maryhighstreet.com Instagram @maryhighstreet Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Indigo Carlton is a self-taught local artist inspired by the depths of the personal and collective unconscious. Her altered books emerge using found and treasured objects such as charms, photos and an assortment of others small objects. These become sculptural books which invite your interpretation. Her art provides an adventure.
Acrylic Paintings Steve Holler is an artist and designer living in Northern California. His paintings are representational in nature depicting every day scenes and objects that represent his life experiences. He strives to broaden the viewer’s visual perspective of common subject matter by providing a unique interpretation in bold color, descriptive light and compositional form.
Joanne Dedge grew up in Southern California where she enjoyed experimenting with all mediums of art and won awards in High School using pastels, conti and tissue paper collage. She took numerous art classes at college during her career and discovered that watercolor was her passion. Nature and wildlife are a continued inspiration to Joanne’s work and can be seen in many of her beautiful paintings at Gallery 10.
Linda Miller has been with Gallery 10 for 15 years. Her meticulously painted designs adorn small boxes, pins, ornaments and tiny easels. Her “desktop getaways” are painted on small blocks of wood depicting seascapes and countryside landscapes. These small miniatures make great unusual gifts.
Jeannie Vodden’s interest in the variety of textures and patterns found in both natural and man-made objects is the starting point for most of her paintings. She adds natural light and sometimes a dash of fantasy. Jeannie is a popular instructor of watercolor. She has taught workshops throughout California and out of state for over 25 years.
Dragonware Jackie Boutin and Sue Phelan are the ceramic artists who create items of whimsy and beauty. They started with dragons, that’s why the name, but have since moved on to many more creatures and animals. They had an interest in myth and story telling which inspires their work. Each sculpture is one of a kind.
SUSAN HAYNES was introduced to printmaking as a student at the Academy of Art College in San Francisco.
All of her work is created from hand-cut blocks, acid-etched copper plates, or hand sculpted embossings. Prints are produced in her studio on a roller type etching press using a wide variety of special papers.
Ginni Murray, a Jackson resident, is one of our newer consignors at Gallery 10. Painting is her therapy, after retiring she now has more time to devote to her love of art. Watercolor is her medium of choice, she paints loose, colorful paintings that usually have a nature inspired subject in an impressionistic style.
Brent Parsons A love of drawing changed Brent’s college major from science to art in 1971 when an art survey class introduced a process that could enrich drawings in pencil and ink by etching, inking and printing a copper plate. With his children grown and more time, he has returned to etching, a medium that requires it.
Valerie McClure’s love of glass started in 2005 when her daughter took her to a bead making class at UC Davis. RyPi Designs evolved from there. Her creativity would flow out after working all day in Special Ed and Pre K. Working with glass is very fulfilling. Sharing the art of fused glass with people from designing, to cutting large sheets and then firing in a kiln is very exciting to her.
Sandra Schultz finds she is drawn to wildlife and nature having grown up in the backwoods, she grew close to nature and all it’s wonder. She particularly likes to paint animals, emphasizing the animals eyes hoping the viewer will feel the personality of her subject. Sandra paints in watercolor and oils.
Cristy Bright‘s mixed media art is process of experimentation, influenced by her personal creative journey through fiber arts, painting, calligraphy, ceramics, and flower arranging. She starts the background with no artistic endpoint in mind, after several layers when she feels that the colors and textures are right, with a pleasing and interesting background she designs the foreground.
Cristy often joins or weaves together materials found in nature (dried flowers and pods, sticks, moss, shells, and stones) with yarn, fabrics, or strings to create a 3-dimensional, nature inspired image.