Please join Sofie Contemporary Arts in celebration of its two-year anniversary.

So Far ………. clearly reflects the gallery’s vision of strong contemporary works that highlight regional artists at diverse career points, demonstrate a wide range of styles, intent and media, and are connected to California in some way.

About the Gallery: Sofie Contemporary Arts exhibits inventive contemporary works created by artists at diverse stages of their careers, in a wide range of media, including new and experimental media. Content and concept, along with mastery and exploration of materials and technique are emphasized. Many approaches and genre are considered, but all work is connected to California in some way.

Artists Reception Saturday, August 3 from 5:30 to 7:30p.m. 1407 Lincoln Ave., Calistoga, CA

The gallery is regularly open Wednesday - Sunday from 12:00 to 6 p.m.



Time Untethered: 
Creative Life after Cabrillo

August 26–September 20 (closed September 2 for Labor Day) 
RECEPTION: Saturday, September 7, 4:00–6:00 pm 
Artists' talk: 5:00pm during reception


This exhibition features the work of seven artists who have retired from the Art Studio and Art Photography programs at Cabrillo College: faculty Bonnie Britton, Martha Casanave, Terry Hogan, S J Hoisington, Ted Orland, and Margitta Dietrick Welsh; and Rose Sellery, Cabrillo Gallery Program Coordinator. This exhibition honors each artist’s legacy at Cabrillo, spotlights their personal artistic practice and celebrates the freedom from previous constraints on creative time that is one of the great joys of retirement. An eclectic range of disciplines, materials and approaches are represented: oil painting, drawing, pastels, textiles, art garments, a variety of mixed media and digital, antique process and experimental analog photography.


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At the Borders: fiber art stories of the downtrodden by Jennifer Kim Sohn
and 25 Million Stitches, a partial installation

Eddie Rhodes Gallery - Contra Costa Community College - Fine Arts Building
2600 Mission Bell Drive, Room A-5, San Pablo, CA

Opening Reception: Saturday 9/14, 2-5
Artist Talk: Wednesday 9/18, 12:30-2
Gallery Hours: M-F 10:30-2

This is the stitching project many of our members have been working on!


FABMO - Rescuing Designer Materials for Creative Use

Find treasures for your creative reuse among exquisite designer materials - fabrics, wallpapers, tiles, leathers, trims, notions and more!
There is no direct charge for items, but your generous donations are the source of funding to allow us to continue offering this service.

Most events at 970 Terra Bella Ave, Suite 5, Mountain View, CA 94043. See Calendar for all upcoming events and to make an appointment. Sign up for their Newsletter to learn of upcoming events. They will be back in Santa Cruz September 19.


September 6 - September 28, 2019 20/60: Women Artists in Their Prime

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20 women artists 60 or older. According to co-curator Beth Shields, “Because 60 is such a milestone in our journeys, we want to honor women who continue to create.”

R. Blitzer Gallery, 2801 Mission St. Santa Cruz, CA 95060

Gallery hours are noon – 5 pm Tuesday – Saturday


September 6 - October 27, 2019 Rose Sellery: Telling Tales

Inspired by the spoken word, Rose Sellery reinterprets collected slang, derogatory words and worn, thoughtlessly sanctioned expressions to create pieces that explore the fragility of family dynamics, gender roles, complex social issues and the intricacies of our lives.

Felix Kulpa Gallery, 107 Elm St, Santa Cruz, California 95060


September 21 Pivot: The Art of Fashion at the Rio Theatre


Expect the unexpected when Pivot: The Art of Fashion returns to the Rio Theatre. A night of performance fashion awaits you, where artist’s creations transcend the imagination and designer’s collections awe the crowd and blur the lines between fashion and art. Pivot… expect the unexpected.

Rio Theatre, 1205 Soquel Avenue, Santa Cruz 7 p.m.



December 16, 2019 — March 13, 2020 IMPACT Climate Change

This bicoastal exhibition features thought-provoking contemporary tapestry from members of Tapestry Weavers West (TWW) & Tapestry Weavers in New England (TWiNE). The 28 artists in the show use abstract and narrative imagery to depict the far-reaching impact of climate change. Juried by Deborah Corsini, Alex Friedman, and Kerri Hurtado of Artsource Consulting.

Included artists are our own Janette Gross and Yonat Michaelov.

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Mills Building, 220 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA

Reception: January 30, 2020, 5:30-7:30pm

Additional information here.