What will I see?
sample from the 2010 SAT weekend...
While at Gallery Row take the time to view
other participating galleries including Timberline Gallery and
Williams Gallery West.
Timberline Gallery is the region's oldest Co-Operative gallery, with more than
thirty members. During SAT Timberline will be featuring works by painter Sandy Kowallis.
Just a bit further North turn onto Road 222 toward Northfork where you can visit photographer Jeff Grandy and the KT Lee Alpaca Ranch. Wind your way into North Fork and grab a cup of java downtown at Slim's!
Following Road 426 toward
North Fork, visit the home of Art Trails co-founder Ellen Hurst, where Fresno's
man of steel Chris Sorensen creates welded steel sculpture beside his young apprentice Nick Adeliza.
Head south on
Hwy 41 to Coarsegold and
Not far from Oakhurst visit
winning Landscape Photographer
Heading on toward Mariposa, take a detour to follow a winding Ranch Road overlooked by Miami Mountain and visit with sculptors Norma Rogers and Kris Kessey, to view creative and emotive ceramic, bronze, and glass sculpture with a mythological or spiritual flare.
In Ponderosa Basin, stop by the Husband and Wife team of Charlotte
and David Hoffman.
Artist # 74 - Home Studio at the end of Long Hollow Drive in Yosemite Lakes Park - Watercolor and Pastel painter Ginny Burdick is a founding member of Sierra Art Trails, dedicated to the show since its beginnings in 2003.
Burdick is known for her strong use of color and emotive imagery. She is inspired by the beauty of the Sierra Mountains, but also captures memories of the many places she has traveled.
Burdick’s work has received awards from Yosemite Western Artists, the Alliance of California Artist, KVPT, and the Montana Watercolor Society. Her work is in many private and public collections, including the Fresno County Superior Court Judge’s Conference Center and courtrooms.
Just off Highway 41 North of Yosemite Lakes Park - Visit with photographers Franka Gabler and Ron Hendershot.
Born and raised in Croatia, fine art nature photographer Franka Mlikota Gabler developed a strong fascination and admiration for nature early in life.
The simple and complex interaction of the water, rocks, sky, plants and wildlife of the high country mountains encouraged her to pick up the camera as a medium to express her feelings and share them with others.
Visit the home of Art Trails co-founder Ellen Hurst on Washburn Lane, just off Road 426 in Oakhurst -
Mosaic Basket by Colleen Lopez. Colleen creates whimsical mosaic designs combining mosaic tiles and found objects with household objects. Baskets, tables, shelves, mirrors, even a rocking horse, an ironing board, and a grandfather clock are among her works.
If you have questions about Sierra Art Trails, please phone 559-658-8844 or email firstname.lastname@example.org