David J Rogers is a nationally recognized professional watercolor artist for over 25 years.
His home base is California’s central coast where he shows his unique watercolor artwork in the exclusive David J Rogers Fine Art Gallery located in the heart of the historic seaside town of Morro Bay, CA. He also teaches watercolor workshops on a monthly basis at both his gallery and at plein air locations around the central coast area.
He has sold millions of dollars of his artwork to collectors all over the world and was selected by Top Ten Magazine and topten.com as one of the top ten watercolor artists in the world in 2018.
Every Saturday lunchtime, the paint and sip party offers a unique experience that combines painting, socializing, and wine sipping. It’s a perfect way to spend quality time with friends or family. It also offers private corporate team-building events or special occasions where guests can unleash their inner artists.
SLOMA is in downtown SLO at the west end of Mission Plaza. SLOMA’s exhibition program brings together visual artists from around the world and renowned artists from California and the US. An essential visit! Open Thu – Mon, 11–5. Free admission. 1010 Broad St., sloma.org, (805) 543-8562
Light at Sensorio features two walk-through installations by acclaimed artist Bruce Munro. The 15 acre Field of Light. comprised of more than 58,800 stemmed spheres & Light Towers celebrating Paso Robles’ wine country, composed of more than 17,000 wine bottles, both illuminated by glowing optic fibers. 4380 HWY 46 East, Paso Robles, sensoriopaso.com, (805) 226-4287
Unique art gallery and design space featuring interactive and installation art with giant butterflies and crystal pyramid. Private paint parties and meditations. One-of-a-kind encaustics, acrylics, sculpted paintings, jewelry, glass, crystals, stones, sculpture, digital art, cards, prints & gifts. 829 10th St. B, deprisebrescia.com, (310) 621-7543
Don’t miss this opportunity to visit the world renowned artist’s working studio. Recognized for functional art and design as well as compelling works of fine art. 1000 Park St, downtown Paso Robles. Daleeversstudio.com, (805) 434-9237
April 18-19 2020
Paso Robles Downtown City Park East end of Park. Spring Street and 12th Street Paso Robles, Ca.
Saturday April 18 10am to 5pm
Sunday April 19 10am to 4pm.
PARKING: Hundreds of free parking spaces within 3 blocks of Paso Robles Downtown City Park
WHY: This show offers artists and crafts people a high quality outdoor setting to display and sell their wares to an appreciative audience.
RESULT: Paso Robles Art in the Park is looked upon as the finest display of handmade art and crafts presented in San Luis Obispo County.
EXHIBITS: 130 booths representing independent artists and craft workers .
FOOD: The art show at downtown city park is surrounded by great restaurants for a snack, lunch or after-show dinner.
Harmony Glass Works now lies at the north-west end of the street. Founded in 2007 and open daily, the shop is a gallery, studio and school, which offers beginner classes in glassblowing techniques. Open 9am-5pm Daily
The Gallery has become a hub for fine art. They offer many opportunities to purchase beautiful, local drawings, prints, sculpture, jewelry, cards and more through an array of venues, as well as networking and educational opportunities for artists to further their craft. artcentermorrobay.org, Morro Bay Art Center 835 Main St., (805) 772-2504
Park Street Gallery showcases some of the finest work from premier artists of the Central Coast. Featuring original paintings, sculpture, furniture, unique jewelry, blown and fused glass, wood turnings, ceramics, and fiberarts! Located at 1320 Park Street, Paso Robles. parkstreetgallery.com, (805) 286-4430
Visit the studios and meet accomplished artists at work in their studios/galleries. Watch how each artist uses their favorite medium to create decorative, functional, and wearable art. It’s an art experience unlike any other! 1130 Pine St., StudiosOnThePark.org, (805) 238-9800
Our Paso Robles wine grapes are grown to promote intense, varietal flavors that can then be sculpted in the cellar into a final artistic statement. Meticulous winemaking practices coax the true varietal essences of the fruit forward, allowing for wines that are full-bodied, rich, and expressive. Follow our Winemaker’s Blog and read about our winemaking process.
The rich, concentrated wines of Sculpterra are the result of combining exceptional fruit from the winery’s estate vineyards and select Paso Robles vineyards with meticulous hand-crafted winemaking. Gentle handling, using traditional gravity methods ensures that the integrity of the wines stay intact. Sculpterra wines are aged an average of 12 to 18 months in American, French and Hungarian oak.