art

Browne takes walk on wild side with art

Rudy Browne, 70, is a Meadow Vista artist whose show, “Views of Nature,” is on display through the end of September at the Arts Building Gallery, located at 808 Lincoln Way in ...

Auburn man receives statewide art accolade

An Auburn artist took home an honor from a statewide competition. Anthony Maki Gill was one of 39 artists from all over the state to have pieces on display in the California Clay ...

Springtime in Auburn quite inspiring

Blooming trees, vibrant wildflowers and rolling green hills can make artists in the foothills feel like kids in a candy shop. “The colors are so beautiful and fresh showing natur ...

Patti Johnson handles glass with flair

Patti Johnson is gaga about glass. Johnson, owner of PJ’s Raising Came in Auburn, has loved glass all her life, and has worked with it for more than 25 years. “When you start ...

Painters find menagerie of muses

Everyone’s got their favorite. Remember riding a carousel as a child and perusing the different animals before picking the one you wanted to ride? Sonja Hamilton’s watercolor ...

Stan's man of the hour at Arts Building

Art isn’t about pretty pictures for Stan Padilla. The Arts Building’s most senior artist-in-residence has big plans for his pieces, offering a modern take on ancient beliefs a ...

Blue Line's snapshot of photographic gems

John Johnson could be considered a blender. He finds his passion blending photographs into original, unique art. He’s mixed pictures of animals with antique photos he scans into ...

Roseville's queen of quilts

Julie Hirota prefers to work on her art at night, while watching episodes of “I Love Lucy.” Toiling away in the evening has been her custom since she began making quilts 20 ye ...

Auburn’s art offerings and memories

Art is a holiday gift that can be deeply sentimental and unique for those giving and receiving. On Friday several Auburn artists talked about some of their most memorable creation ...

Artist empowered by pencils, paper

While many people see scraps of paper as something that should be recycled, Nikki Wade sees it as a canvas. “I was sitting in the pew right behind Nikki and watched her doodle so ...