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Julia Bristow Jewelry – Artist #70 from Oakhurst, California, is currently being exhibited at Stellar Art Gallery in Oakhurst along with all of the artists participating in the Sierra Art Trails 2015. This “wearable art” jewelry has been seen in Elle, Cosmopolitan, and Fashion Magazines.
Three of the participating artists, Julia Bristow Jewelry #70, Gay Abarbanell #71, & Ron D. Young #72, will be exhibiting jewelry and photography at the beautiful Pines Resort at Bass Lake Lakeview Conference Room on October 2nd, 3rd, and 4th from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. for the Sierra Art Trails 2015!
Above: I met Michelle Marco while there. She is standing by her gorgeous painting. I love it and all of her beautiful nature paintings!
I also really want the Half Dome stepping stone below:
I was unable to get great photos of these below, but a few of my favorites are here: I just love quaking aspen trees – Franka M. Gabler, Bob Boomer woodcarving, Phyllis Becker ceramics, Lisa Anderson glass and LaVone Sterling : On the left below, a beautiful painting by Mandy Brasa:And I cannot resist mentioning how much I would like this carved owl below by Gary Meissner and Taft Point Fissures print by Monique Wales:
I couldn’t get a great image of these due to the reflections, but I love all of the amazing photography by Steve Montalto below:
This doesn’t come close to covering the amount of artwork on display, and you have to see it in person because these photos do not do it justice. The entire exhibit is gorgeous and I am slightly disappointed I won’t be able to visit all of the other galleries and studios. One more important mention: The talented young students who are displaying their artwork! Keely McIntire a student at Yosemite High School and Camille Fisher and Kaitlyn Fisher.