Thursday, July 30, 2009

And More Santa Cruz

Here are a few more of Carol Mead's images from her upcoming show.

Twin Lakes Beach

Summer at the Boardwalk

Capitola by the Sea

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Carol Mead and Terri Hill Explore Santa Cruz

It's summer and both Carol Mead and Terri Hill have been hanging out at the beach. Next month, August 3 - September 4, their paintings of Santa Cruz will be featured at Viewpoints Gallery. Below is a preview of two of Carol Mead's watercolors, 'Pleasure Point' and 'Beach Hill'. Join us and meet the artists at their reception Saturday August 8 from 2-5pm.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Jane Ferguson

Nancy Calhoun is off to the Sierras this summer and Jane Ferguson is taking her place at Viewpoints. You'll be able to see her acrylics and watercolors there through September. Jane is originally from England but now resides in Cupertino. She likes to work big, bold and bright.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Meet the Artists this Saturday

Viewpoints is hosting a reception for our guest artists, Ed Terpening and Andy Ballantyne, Saturday, July 11 from 2 to 5pm. Stop by and talk with Ed and Andy about their work. Los Altos Art and Wine Festival is also scheduled for this weekend. Tents will be set up outside our gallery on State Street; the weather should be gorgeous and there will be lots of food, wine, art and music.

Coastal Ice Plant - Oil by Ed Terpening

Through the Palms - Oil by Ed Terpening

Beach Town - Oil by Ed Terpening

Friday, July 3, 2009

Ed Terpening and Andy Ballantyne

From time to time we like to invite artists we admire to show their work at Viewpoints Gallery. Beginning Monday we are very excited to be featuring Ed Terpening and Andy Ballantyne two plein air painters who focus on Central California subjects. Ed Terpening was featured in the April issue of American Artist and more of his work can be found at
Their work will be on display through July 31 with a reception Saturday, July 11 from 2pm - 5pm.

Moss Landing watercolor by Andy Ballantyne

China Cove, Point Lobos, oil by Ed Terpening