Sunday, March 1, 2015

Louise Luthi—Guest Artist

Gallery at Marina Square Presents Our Guest Artist Exhibit for March 2015: “Living Stones”

A Guest Artist Reception will be held Friday, March 13th, from 5-8pm at Gallery at Marina Square

© Louise Luthi
© Louise Luthi


© Louise Luthi
© Louise Luthi


© Louise Luthi

Louise Luthi is an artist with expertise in printmaking, drawing, and painting. Her work can be described as a fusion of observation and revelation; through her feeling for light and atmosphere she imbues the visible with evidence of things not seen.

The Living Stones, drawn from the kings and queens of the Royal Portal of Chartres, represent a current study inquiring into the visual expression of the evident transforming power of the Holy Spirit in the human heart.

Louise received her BA from UC Santa Barbara in printmaking and art history and an MFA in printmaking from Yale University School of Art. Her prints are in the collections of Washington University, Purdue University, UC Riverside, and ten US embassies around the world. She has taught all her working life at all levels from college to kindergarten and in many different settings.

Louise Luthi’s ink wash and graphite exhibition “Living Stones” can be viewed at Gallery at Marina Square throughout the month of March, from the 1st through the 29th.

Gallery at Marina Square
601 Embarcadero #10, Morro Bay, CA 93442
Open Daily 10am - 6pm
805-772-1068
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Bill Rumbler—Featured Artist

Gallery at Marina Square Presents Our Featured Artist Exhibit for March 2015: “Golden Light”

A Featured Artist Reception will be held Friday, March 13th from 5-8pm at Gallery at Marina Square

In Bill’s own words, “When I was growing up in Chicago we lived in a ground-level flat. The window shades in the living room were always pulled down, lest passers-by on the sidewalk see all the way through the house. My bedroom had a window, but all I could see for the first 18 years of my life was the brick wall of the neighboring building three feet away. That perhaps explains my interest in “space”:  vistas, views and panoramas. The Central Coast with its craggy shores and golden hills present these in abundance, so I seek images with trees you can glide over and mountains you can soar above.

I also like shooting rusty junk. I see my photos of obsolete hulks as sort of noble epitaphs for once powerful machines.

A recent trip to South Africa offered an unequaled opportunity to capture images of exotic beasts in their natural habitat, as well as humans in their most challenging.”

End of the Day in Morro Bay © Bill Rumbler

Orange Sunset © Bill Rumbler

Unbowed in Bodie © Bill Rumbler
You Shoulda Seen the Other Guy
© Bill Rumbler



















Bill Rumbler’s photography  exhibition “Golden Light” can be viewed at Gallery at Marina Square throughout the month of March, from the 1st through the 29th.

Gallery at Marina Square
601 Embarcadero #10, Morro Bay, CA 93442
Open Daily 10am - 6pm
805-772-1068
Click COMMENTS below to leave a comment.