Members Classes & Events
Painting and Sketching in the Great Outdoors - members of Art On the Divide Cooperative Gallery invite all interested Divide residents and visitors to the community to explore painting “en plein air” at the gallery garden and nearby Georgetown neighborhood.
Participants and viewers for this event will meet on Sunday, April 25 at 11 a.m. in the garden in back of AODC. Bring your portable sketching or painting tools and materials and set up in the garden or meander through the streets and alleyways to find locales with other subjects of interest. All are invited to re-assemble back in the garden to view and share the art that has been created during the day.
FAA Artist Doris Gorin
Art On the Divide Cooperative Gallery
6295 Main Street in Georgetown
Gallery hours Friday through Sunday
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
artonthedivide.com | 530-333-2787
The Folsom Historic District is looking for local artists to participate in a monthly 'Art Hop'. The event takes place the first Saturday of each month. Merchants will host an artist inside their business from 4 to 8 p.m. Artists will have a 5 x 5 space to set up - NO FEE to participate.
In addition, the 700 block will be closed from Friday afternoon at 2 p.m. to Tuesday morning at 7 a.m. to accommodate outside dining.
For details and to reserve your space, contact Carolyn Soriano from the Folsom Historic District.
A Live Virtual Exhibit
An Exploration of Contrast:
The Unifying Principle
This is a live, on-going exhibit. Participation is open to all FAA members. New works added weekly.
July 1, 2020 – Inspired by a FAA member, the endeavor of this virtual exhibit is to contemplate life in all its differences and all its fundamental unity, and to transmit those thoughts and feelings to the observer. The desired end result is a positive statement of the value and inherent beauty in differences. We seek to provide an avenue for artistic voicing and for growth into a kinder, more deliberately compassionate community.
We welcome you to enjoy An Exploration of Contrast: The Unifying Principle.
FAA members’ artworks depicting the “California Highlights.” Forty-one FAA members participated in the show in the Community Gallery at the Gallery at 48 Natoma in Folsom. Sacramento artist, David Peterson, judged the entries and prizes were awarded.
The Best of the Best of International Watercolor
154th American Watercolor Society
Traveling Exhibition from New York
May 4-30, 2021
Main Gallery - Sacramento Fine Arts Center
5330B Gibbons Drive in Carmichael
The American Watercolor Society is one of the oldest and most prestigious art societies in the world, and its exhibit is one of the most revered. The society's Traveling Exhibition includes 40 paintings selected from 1,100 entries, and appears at six museums or galleries throughout the year. Sac Arts is honored to be one of the few venues selected for this exhibit.
In addition to the AWS Traveling Exhibit, Sac Arts will feature the watercolors of highly regarded Sacramento artists Wayne Thiebaud, Kenneth Potter, Sandy Delehanty, and more. The Foyer Gallery will feature a silent auction for small original artwork. Gallery 3 will feature art from Watercolor Artists of Sacramento Horizons (WASH).
Gallery is open to the public
Tuesday through Friday
11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Free parking - $10 entry
The FAA kicked off 2021 with their first art exhibit of the year. The Art League of Lincoln invited members to display their artwork in the City Hall Rotunda Gallery in Lincoln from January 7 to February 25. The exhibit was open for in-person viewing at City Hall in Lincoln, Rotunda Gallery at 600 Sixth Street, downtown Lincoln.
Even though the exhibit at the Rotunda Gallery is over, the exhibit is sill online – Enjoy! Available works may be purchased by contacting the artists directly.
I'm a Folsom-based Maker and Artist. I create interactive, functional art using a variety of electronics, lighting, motion, and sound. I use a variety of materials and use 3D printing, laser cutting, metal work, and electronics for my creations.
My most recent work - a Spaceship In A Bottle - the spaceship in this bottle is crafted of metal, acrylic, rubber, and electronics. It features a solitary astronaut, viewing a vintage CRT (cathode-ray-tube) display that cycles through several different space-themed videos. The astronaut is on a hopeful journey home, but the ship is running low on supplies, and the engines at the rear flicker like a candle as the craft's fuel dwindles.
I teach a course at the Curious Forge in Grass Valley titled "Electronics for Artists", and teach Mechatronics at Sierra College.
Visit my website for more information about my work and courses: Fabforgefive.com
Gallery at 48 Natoma
2021 Exhibit Schedule – coming soon
Gallery exhibits are planned at least one year in advance. Upcoming exhibits include photography, paintings, sculpture, and textiles.
The City of Folsom / Sacramento County has returned to the most restrictive COVID-19 status. The Gallery at 48 Natoma is closed until further notice.
Congratulations to FAA Members Carol Quinn, Lori Anderson, Molly Brown Roberts, and Margarita Rivera who will have their banner auctioned in October. Special congratulations to Carol, whose “Same Time Next Year” banner won Second Place and Margarita, whose “Muir Woods” banner received an Honorable Mention.
Placerville Art on Parade 2020 online auction starts October 17 through October 27. The auction will be online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A very successful live auction!!
Congratulations to the 15 FAA Members who have been juried in to this year’s PBS KVIE Art Auction. A special congratulations to Annie O’Connell, whose “Tulip Pop” won a juror’s award for Still Life.
Also, thank you to Scott Hanley – Hanley Gallery and Custom Framing. Scott annually participates in the KVIE art action by donating custom framing for selected art pieces.
All proceeds support PBS station, KVIE. Learn more about the auction – view the 15 FAA Members artwork.