This month we celebrate year one in our new location!
Did you know we moved?
Our new location, since January 2016, is at the NW corner of Kasten and Albion Sts in Mendocino (formerly the Reflections/
Membership and Guest Artists
Are you an active artist and interested in applying for Membership or being a Guest Artist? We would like to meet you and encourage you to find out about our Co-op. Consideration is based on available space, gallery needs, and other attributes associated with a cooperative art gallery.
Although currently we have limited space, we are building wait lists for additional members and guest artists.
Download a printable application form and information sheet.
FLOCK to our BLOCK
Our Co-op is one of three art galleries on our block, and not to be missed whether you are a visitor or local resident. Our Co-op Gallery is on the corner of Kasten and Albion Sts across from Trillium's. Up the hill is Flockworks, in the "Oddfellows Hall" north of us, on the corner of Kasten and Ukiah Sts.
Click HERE to LEARN MORE ABOUT FLOCKWORKS, the vision, accomplishments, current programs and how to help.
Our Co-op supports sustainable practices.
• Our replacement of traditional gallery lighting with LEDS has reduced our electricity use and bill by more than two thirds.
• Packaging we use for shipping art makes use of recycled materials.
The Second Cow and other new works by Karen Embree Reynolds will be featured at the Artists’ Co-op of Mendocino during the month of January — the exhibit runs Jan 4 through January 30.
The 2nd Saturday reception is January 10th, 5-8pm, with the Artist’s Talk at 5:30. Join us to celebrate the new year AND our first anniversary in our new location!
The Artists’ Co-op Gallery is located at 10400 Kasten (x Albion) St., Mendocino. No stairs. 937-2217, www.artcoopmendocino.com with a link to our online store. The Co-op is on one of Mendocino’s gallery places to go! We look forward to seeing you.
Second Saturday Receptions 5-8PM
Artist's Talk always at 5:30
or drop in during gallery hours
Spread the word: our new space
has an upbeat professional feel
and there are no stairs!
Artists' Co-op of Mendocino:
ART TO OWN
SHOP OUR ONLINE STORE!
New Trial Member
Mary-Ellen Campbell joins us this month as a new trial member. Recently moved (permanently) from New York, she is well-known in our community as an artist-in-residence at MAC (three years) and as an instructor in art making through book making. Mary Ellen has just retired from more than 35 years of college level teaching in art and looks forward to focusing on her own art and indulging in her love of travel. Mary-Ellen is an in-depth visual artist, well-traveled, and a wonderful new talent in our Co-op and on the Mendocino coast. You will enjoy getting to know her better.
KUDOS to two members:
Recently Marian DeGloria had work accepted into the Northern California Society for Botanical Artists project for the Alcatraz Florilegium. She also was accepted as a participating artist for the 2017 Art Exchange in Japan and plans to join the group visiting Japan next summer. Click here to see a sample of Marian's botanical art.
Shanti Balsé was awarded a 1st (Green Door) and 6th place (Temple on the Nile) for outstanding landscape photography by America's Best Galleries. Click here for more information on this and photos of her photos.
Guest Artist Exhibit
Michael Cerbelli, a glass artist living in Manchester, joins us as a guest artist for January. His luminous work will be on display in the east window space in the upper room.
Hand painted plates and other ceramics by Lynne Butler continue to be exhibited in our gallery. Her work is unique and very collectible.
IN THE 'HOOD:
We are one of several galleries on our block on Kasten St. or nearby on Albion St. Something art is always going on around here. Visit often.
Artists' Co-op of Mendocino
Read about our monthly featured artist and/or show on this page. Our landscape committee is at work year round improving the garden around our gallery; watch the evolution.
OUR NEW SIGN IS UP. Thanks to so many: Debra Lennox for administrivia and Historical Review Board negotiations; Joe DuVivier and Suzi Long for sign painting; Joe Bernard for construction; many members for contributing suggestions, wisdom, and opinions; and [K?] and Ryan for installation. Drop in to check out our new location and rejuvenated gallery. No stairs, and we are on the way to everywhere else.
The Gallery Mendocino has moved to Main St (located in the former Belgian Chocolate store next to the former Attic)
Jessica Jade Norris, continues her inspired management of the gallery and represents a wide variety of local artists' work. Several ACM members have artworks in her gallery.
Flockworks at Odd Fellows Hall.
Each month this gallery features new and innovative art by local talent -- two floors of intriguing works that will make you stop in your tracks. In November, PARTNERS (Ft Bragg) artists are exhibiting there.
The WaterTower Gallery is just diagonally across the street from the Artists' Co-op Gallery. Be alert for special exhibits by or coordinated by Suzi Long.
Nearby is the Cobalt Gallery on Albion St eastward from our corner. Open Friday through Monday 11-6. Closed Tues and Wed.
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