A musician, visual artist and teacher, Natosha Wengreen joined the Santa Cruz Mountains Art Center in April 2015. A graduate in Cultural Anthropology from California State University, Sacramento, Natosha is the Art Center’s new Youth Art Education Coordinator and youth art teacher. Before joining the Art Center, Natosha was an administration assistant intern for […]
Laurel Grace has been playing in clay for a long time. She is skilled as a thrower and handbuilder. Her work is varied: functional pottery, decorative urns, garden sculpture and figurative vases are some of the clay styles she is comfortable working in. Encouraging confidence and competence is her goal with her students.
By Julie Horner
Weaving playfully through the crowded village, a garland of flowers among flowing locks, with a flounce of skirting she turns her head smiling and then she is gone among the dust and merry din. Hands move purposefully over wet clay on a potter’s wheel, coaxing and caressing with a lover’s touch while […]
Mary Tartaro hails from New York and holds a BFA in Drawing and Painting from the State University of NY and an MFA in Sculpture (Spatial Arts) from San Jose State University. She has taught at the university level for over 15 years and has conducted numerous workshops in various media. She has years […]
Two big shopping days!
November 29 & December 13 / 12 – 6pm
Find that unique gift of art for someone special!
Jewelry Ceramics Glass
Scarves Sculpture Wood
Paintings Photography Cards
Come in and enjoy music and refreshments!
Come join the fun and see the clay get put into action! Free fun for the whole family! Ceramic Artist Demos • Contests & Prizes • Kids’ Corner • Raku Firing and more!
Don’t miss demonstrations by Jeannine Calcagno Neihaus, Brad Burkhardt & Iver Hennig