Faces of Nepal and Fun & Functional Pottery

"Hindi Girl," Sandra Davis

“Faces of Nepal: Remembering the Earthquake,” paintings by Sandra Davis. “Pottery: Fun and Functional,” something for everyone by Marydee Bombick.

Crows are such Clowns

Clown Crow

Susan Hargrove is a prolific artist and an Ashland native who moved to Sacramento many years ago. She returns with a show called “Crows are such Clowns”. They are a great source of entertainment and examples of how we should play more! “My art is contemporary and expressionistic, relating to our spiritual and human condition.” Sculptures by Robin and John Gumaelius will also be featured in the July exhibit.

Handmade Fabric Flowers by Natalie Stawsky

Natalie Stawsky

Handmade fabric flowers by Natalie Stawsky upstairs in Studio #2 and Wearable Felt Art by Jo Ann ManzoneBeaded in upstairs, studio #9. . Live music and refreshments for the First Friday reception. Three floors of art and artists studios to explore!

Held Over!

The Ringmaster

        Due to a warm reception, the one-woman show by Diana Trygg has been held over through the month of July. Showing her first work in more than 40 years, Trygg creates three-dimensional collages with a wide variety of subject matter.   These images are part of a new series focused on the circus. Trygg found the printed images of various performers and applied them to French drapery fabric. The Ring Master is crowned by a red and gold enameled brooch, while Ivan and Magda are both in frames decorated with red beads.  

Open A New Window, Open Up To New Perspectives, Live with Art!

Opening Up To New Perspectives, title of J. Ellen Austin's sculpture made from Italian Translucent Alabaster, and she is peeking through the opening at you.

JEGA Gallery kicks off her July birthday celebration! Open a New Window, Open a New Door, Open Up to New Perspectives!. Be prepared for a bodacious mix of visual and contemporary art comprising photographs, sculptures, drawings, paintings will inspire and provoke you.