I got my start as an artist painting at Cannery Paints about 15 years ago and I am happy to still be one of "The Cannery Painters. I paint there as often as I can when not painting in my garden or on location. Marilyn Poliquin, Proprietor and Artist in Residence, is a fabulous artist who teaches and nurtures a diverse group of artists whose paintings are as charming and diverse as the village in which they paint.
Imagine visiting a European Market Day where artists fill the street with paintings, antiques and entertainment. That is exactly what you will find in Cannery Village on European Market Day.
The charming and colorful dogs are by fabulous artist Stephanie Godbey who runs the Godbey School of Art. You can see more of her amazing art and learn about her art school at www.stephaniegodbey.com
Let's take a look inside The South of France Gallery
Artist Wendy Johnson is the Proprietor and Artist in Residence at the South of France Gallery. You can see more of her beautiful art at www.thewendyjohnson.com.
Now we are back outside strolling through more Canery Painters art work.
The above paintings were done by fabulous artist Patricia Graham.
The above paintings were done by fabulous artist Deborah Harold and you can see more of her beautiful work at www.deborahharold.com
The above paintings were painted by the fabulous Dana Cooper. She also teaches art at Cannery Paints on Fridays. You can see more of her beautiful art at www.danacooperfineart.blogspot.com.
The above art was painted by fabulous artist Debbie Harold.
Beautiful handcrafted jewlery by Lucy Arnold - www.alalucy.com.
The beautiful paintings of succulents were painted by artist Barbara Baumgartner - you can see more of her beautiful art at www.barbarabaumgartner.com
Now let's go inside the studio to look at more beautiful art. The lovely art hanging on the wall is Marilyn Poliquin's.
This fabulous painting was painted by Marilyn Poliquin. She just started a blog and you can see more of her lovely paintings at www.marilynpoliquinsart.blogspot.com.
Chocolate sauce in charming containers made by well known chief and artist, Mila Payne. She shares her delicious recipes on Rogers Garden's blog and can be found at www.rogersgardens.com.
Looks like Oliver is worn out from our tour of the Cannery Painters Art Show and Market Day. We hope you enjoyed the show. I was not able to give you names of all of the artists who participated. If you see something you like please contact Marilyn Poliquin at 949 675-0851 and she can put you in touch with the artists.