Scott Nelles creates sculptures that are beautiful, strong and humorous, each piece is cast in bronze. Scott’s studio is in Northern Michigan where he uses timeless methods of sand casting and hand finishing to create each piece. These sculptures are fun to collect, see what is new today at Studio Seven Arts.
Fall is a fun time here at Studio Seven Arts, just arrived from Sonoma Art Works are these sterling silver necklaces with semi precious stones. These pieces also have matching earrings, come see the new fall designs today.
Raku fired pottery is stunning to look at, the colors of copper, verdigris greens and blues stand out as the light catches the surfaces of each piece. Our front window is bursting with color, come see what catches your eye.
Just arrived new Carruth Studios wall sculptures. George and Deborah Carruth create whimsey when they sculpt, each face is created to bring a smile to your face. Come see all the new pieces today.
New from Desert Heart Jewelry two new triple wrap bracelets, earrings that dangle along with necklaces in gold. Come see what is new today.
Here is a fun video of the world famous Frogman, Tim Cotterill telling us about the new bronze sculpture "Lady In Red"
New plein air oil by Charity Anderson, size 22x28. This is a vibrant piece with lush trees, crystal water and mountains, what a beautiful place to just sit and day dream.
New this week from Emeryville jewelry artist Zina Kao, 14 kt gold vermeil and semi precious stones, so many lovely pieces to choose from. Great additions to your fall wardrobe.
Tyler Abshier creates oil paintings that look like photographs, this new group of four is all about the night, each piece has reflections, shadows and a feeling of exploring a surrounding that we often don't notice as we go about our evenings. Come see these new pieces in person, it is hard to believe how beautiful the night is and how Tyler captures its essence so perfectly.
Micah Crandall-Bear creates with broad strokes and rich colors, each piece feels expansive enough to wonder where the walk would take you if you could just step into his paintings and go where his imagination took him when he created each piece. Come see the new pieces that we have in the gallery today.