Recently, I’d gone down to visit and to wish Paula Radke success at her new gallery location at 701 Embarcadero, Morro Bay, CA. Luckily for me, she wanted to see my pastels of the Central Coast of California, so she came up to my studio and chose eleven pieces of my artwork to hang in her gallery. Also, she wanted notecards of my pastels and oils .
Here are some of the pieces of my artwork that she’s showing with her Art Glass creations. She is inspired by the colorful iridescence found in beetles, butterflies, bird feathers and fish. It translates into her work in Art Glass with grace and beauty. It turns out that we both love brilliant and iridescent color!
If you are waiting to have lunch or dinner at Dutchman’s Seafood House drop in to see Paula Radke’s Art Glass and my pastels and oil paintings. My notecards of Morro Rock and surrounding areas are available too.
Her gallery location is near the SubSea Tours dock where whale watching is the best there is in Morro Bay, CA.
Until the next sketch… Peace, Heather
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4 thoughts on “On the Embarcadero…”
Wow I had no Idea you are a fantastic artist. Wey to go Heather.
Thanks, Al. I do a variety of things that intrigue me. If you go to the top of my webpage, there is a podcast which explains how I approach art. My sister even said she didn’t know some of those things that I spoke about.
Absolutely beautiful! So very happy to have you as my sister!
Thanks, sis! Glad you like my blog to get the word out! You should see how beautiful Paula’s art glass is.