The Art 365 Campaign invites you to sponsor Valley Art Gallery for one day a year for $33. Business card sponsors pay just $99 which includes a business card sized ad with a link to your business website. Valley Art Gallery is a 501c-3 non-profit organization that needs your support to accomplish our mission to bring art to the community and the community to art.
The Board of Directors and Member Artists would like to thank our business and individual sponsors for their support of the Valley Art Gallery.
President: Beverly Johnson, Vice President: Heidi Gruetzemacher, Treasurer: Patricia Smith, Secretary: Rachel Lee, Gallery Director: Pat Stalter, Members-At-Large: Laura-Susan Thomas & Andrew Klein. For more information about the mission and activities of Valley Art Gallery http://www.valleygallery.org/AboutUs
Kaylee Kamiya winner of the 2019 Valley Art Gallery grant for emerging artists. Kaylee is featured in the Santa Maria Airport Showcase for the months of July and August.
Congratulations to all Santa Maria Arts Council Grants Winners!!! Kaylee Kamiya was awarded a $1000.00 scholarship from Valley Art Gallery to help support her future creative endeavors. Kaylee will have the opportunity to be featured in the showcase at our "sister" galley located in the Santa Maria Airport in month of July. Congratulations Kaylee Kamiya!
June - July 2019 Steven Lewis "Roundup"
The Roundup Series by Steven Lewis takes us on a journey into the world of the traditonal roundup through a series of photographic images captured on a local ranch in the Huasna area. The pictures here are raw and honest. We are drawn in by leading lines and beautiful compositions that are a testament to Lewis's accute way of seeing; namely his ability to create order out of chaos one split second at a time. The artist states "The camera provides me with the opportunity to reveal and document the events that are occurring. During that process complicated random relationships of movement, time, color, shape and content reveal themselves." The work shown is in both black and white (film) and color (digital) allowing the viewer experience both mediums.