Featured Art

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I Beseech Thee…Crows
by V the Artist
$50

Pink and Gold
by Saltzen
$60

Shells on the Beach
by Purps
$65

Springtime on Wood
by Chelsea
$60

Blue & Green Mandala
by Johnathon
$50

Slime Face
by Rocko
$50

Peace and Pink
by Shu
$30

Carribean Memories 
by Dario
$50

I Beseech Thee…Crows
by V the Artist
$80

Woman on Red
by Dominique
$25

Mini Bouquet
by Cheryl Blue
$40

Alpine River
by Tim R.
$50

OB Hummingbird
by Troy
$55

Sun in a Cloudy Sky
by Rey
$50

Purple Peacock
by Chelsea
$50

Calm Ocean Pier
by Laura 
$80

OB Teal Dragon
by Troy
$50

Geometric Design Wood on Board
by Ben
$50

Fight to be Happy
by Ben
$50

String Collage
by Lawrence
$50


Featured Artists

Mark

<br />I’ve been collecting rocks since I was a little kid, so that that's how it kind of started. I probably spent maybe a month just learning how to coil wire around wire and the different techniques. I finally started caging the stone, adding the coils, adding the weaves, and kind of getting it all together.</p> <p>It was a meditative and helped me through a couple hard times that I had out here being homeless. Art in the Park really helped me because it gave me a safe space to do it and a lot of help.</p> <p>I make a small living off of it. I’ve worked up to sterling silver, and instead of wrapping semi-precious stones I’m wrapping precious stones now. One day I want to be a jeweler and have my own rock shop<br />


C. Lynette Jones

When people are so angry and so stressed, you need the arts. When you cut the programs you are cutting out a part of humanity that is needed. It the part that touches lives, the humanity, that puts a smile on someone’s face that needs it.</p> <p>Im homeless and I didn’t plan on being homeless. It is more difficult being homeless and being an artist. You get made fun of for carrying stuff and you have no place to work. It’s hard to be creative when you’re under stressed and sleep deprived, having to wait in lines and rush from here to there. </p> <p>When you do art it takes you to a place where you temporarily don’t have to think about your problems. For a short period of time you feel normal. If you’re an artist and you can’t do you art its like you can’t breathe. You’re not being true to yourself. It gives you a chance to pause and take a breath. It’s a good way to put your feelings down on paper in a way you can’t express with words.</p> <p>Everyone has gifts and talents but sometimes people can become like machines. <br />Its what’s in your heart that matters. Art contributes to the world. It’s enlarging something you may have taken for granted or just passed by.<br />


The artist of this unique portrait chose to include a statement about it. He wrote, “This is Momo and she has a cat. She has the fierceness of the ocean and sweetness of warm sun. Always listen to her.”

He currently sells his hand made clothing created from recycled fabrics.


Amazingly, this is this artist’s first painting! He spent months working on this neon mountain landscape, asking questions the whole way about brush types and how to mix paint.

He now says that he considers himself an artist.


This artist has acquired a new found love of painting. Every piece is unique, but clearly has her touch. She paints bright and beautiful scenes and features of nature.

She is now working full time as a stylist supporting her son.