Gallery Artists

Steve Berglund began collecting foundry patterns in the late 1960s and over time his collection grew to over two hundred pieces. He first created tables then wall art and sculptures. Recently he added garden sculptures and they can be seen in public spaces in and around Fresno and Cambria. Last year he donated 123 pieces to the California Foundry History Museum in Lodi, California. His web page is His email is

Linda Dunn began painting in 2003 in oil. She has been inspired by the beautiful community of Cambria-by-the-Sea. Living in the forest and having the ocean within walking distance provides a multitude of subjects to paint. She is fascinated by color and shadows as the sun moves around on the Central Coast during the year. She can be contacted by e-mail at

Jeanette Goulart is a mixed medium abstract artist who is best known for her vibrant and juicy color choices, that lend themselves
to the feelings of freedom, joy and happiness. She is a member of Sorensens gallery and also shows her work at Rollf’s
gallery, both in Fresno, CA.

Patricia Griffin invites you to visit her working pottery studio and gallery at 1601 Main Street in Cambria. You can purchase pieces and see how they are made. She loves showing visitors her studio and talking about her process. Check it out at

Sandi Heller is a pastel painter who primarily paints landscapes. “Pastel is vibrant and archival. I love to paint images of our coast, but also have done images from the Southwest and Europe.” Her website is

Steve Kellogg is a watercolor landscape painter that prefers to paint en plein aire. He is a signature member of the Central Coast Watercolor Society, has served as juror for community art association exhibits and has been invited to display his work at several Cambria galleries. He occasionally teaches short-term classes in drawing and in watercolor painting. Contact Steve at

Dena Mara Kuhn has been a graphic designer for decades, and sometimes a design teacher for Northern Arizona University, creating in different modes for all that time. Her deepest influence and inspiration has always been solitary time in nature, and studies in spirit, much of it Buddhism, all of it, internal. And aren’t we all simply yearning to be more conscious and enjoy the moment? Visit her website at
Helmut Kuhn is a nature photographer for life, from film to digital and lately with a flying camera. Helmut migrated from Vienna, Austria to the Western US, and especially loves the Southwest and Central California Cost – with their wide open space and natural beauty. He photographs mostly landscape and architecture. He is an FAA licensed drone pilot and revels in his new media: aerials with a higher perspective: photography with drone. Visit his website at

Holly McCain is a Cambria artist who loves living and painting on the Central Coast.  She paints primarily in oils, using heightened color, in a style that is continually evolving.  While she does work in her studio occasionally, plein air painting is her preferred venue, and she paints weekly with the Wednesday Irregulars. Contact Holly at

Kathi Rippe has many creative pursuits including jewelry making, collage paintings, drawings and watercolors. A frequent participant in the Wednesday Irregulars, Kathy enjoys doing whimsical paintings of farm animals such as horses, cows and chickens. Contact Kathi at

Judy Schuster is constantly exploring new multi-media techniques to create her imaginative work. Perhaps she is best known for her creative tapestry weavings but she also excels at painting, collage, beadwork, fiber and other media. Visit her website at

Claudia Solomon has been creative her entire life. She enjoys a variety of mediums, but currently paints in oils. She can be contacted by e-mail at

Bobbye West-Thompson, a fourth generation Californian, lives in Los Osos with her husband and four-legged “children”.  She enjoys weekly painting en plein air with a group of dedicated artists, and tends to use watercolor as her medium of choice.  She also has a passion for brilliant pastel pigments and enjoys using textured papers for her work.  She is a member of Santa Clara Valley Watercolor Society, Pastel Society of the West Coast, Cambria Center for the Arts and Central Coast Watercolor Society. Visit her website at

Jeanette Wolff is a well known multi-media artist of the California Central Coast. She has been a competitive artist for over 40 years, has judged art shows, owned an art gallery, taught many workshops, and demonstrated for various art organizations. She is a signature member of several national and regional art organizations. Visit her website at