Harvey and Cindy Arntson
P.O. Box 2517
P.O. Box 1570 Julian, CA 92036 760-765-0516
P.O. Box 243
Oils • drawing • ceramic • cast sculpture • photography • jewelry
P.O. Box 1120
P.O. Box 641
P.O. Box 38
Oil • acrylics
Deborah Lea Butts
P.O. Box 447
Watercolor • cards
P.O. Box 401
Oils • pencil
P.O. Box 154
Oils • plein air • cards • photography
35240 Peralta Drive
Oils • pencil
P.O. Box 507
29189 San Felipe Rd.
Watercolor • oil painting • pastels • acrylics • pencilI have done art nearly all my life, my parents were very encouraging, and my father in particular, was a good artist himself.
I enjoy making art with many media, and started with oils. Now I usually use watercolor and acrylics. I also do pastels, oil pastels, pencil, charcoal, pen and ink, scratchboard, and paint on many surfaces, paper and canvas and wood, gourds, rocks, furniture, milk cans, and at one time painted on a race car.
I don't consider that craft, because my paintings are all original and I don't use stencils or other mechanical methods. I have also designed and help build parade floats and recently helped paint a 20 ft. canvas teepee.
I like the "zone" that doing art puts me into, and hope to continue projects I have planned in my head for several (even many!) more years.
P.O. Box 965
Acrylic • pastels • metal
Susan (Hood) Fowler was born in San Diego and raised in Lakeside. She attended Grossmont Junior College where she graduated with an Associate in Science with honors. After that she attended San Diego State University. She and her husband and son moved to Julian in 1977.
P.O. Box 272
Acrylic • watercolor
P.O. Box 2314
Photography • fiber • fine art framing
P.O. Box 2314
Watercolor • oils
Bonnie Lee Gendron
P.O. Box 70
Pastel • pencil • oil painting • printmaking • mixed media • beading
An artist all her adult life, Bonnie began making art and studying artistic techniques in earnest in the 1970’s. She considers herself to be self-taught, but has honed her skills through classes and workshops offered by well known artists throughout the county. Bonnie believes art is an ongoing learning process that often reflects her most important ideas and values.
P.O. Box 517
P.O. Box 1058
Photography • living art
Now a retired high school teacher and three-year resident of Julian, California, Evelyn is an officer of the Julian Arts Guild, as well as a member of both the Borrego and Ramona Art Guilds. Her work is displayed in many San Diego area shows, as well as at the Borrego Arts Institute, 2Create Gallery in Ramona, and several other local galleries.
Finally having the time and resources, Evelyn now devotes much of her life to her dream of being a proponent of natural imagery for her own and others' pleasure and enlightenment. Her present work concentrates on macro and black & white imagery, but she also greatly enjoys scenic and animal photography.
Her photographic and artistic goal is to encourage people to view flora and fauna in extraordinary ways that might be overlooked otherwise.
420 Pile St.
2656 Bayside Walk
I am a passionate photographer and grab precious time to indulge that passion between professional demands. My mother was a photographer and I learned from early days to see through a lens. My training is from UCSD where I have earned the Professional Certificate in Photography: Images and Techniques. My favorite subjects are landscape and travel photography, AND portraiture. I prefer shooting with natural light, but sometimes it needs a bit of enhancement.
Above is a photograph taken on the island of Kauai, during a storm, at sunset. It won the International Amateur Panoramic Photographer of the Year Award in 2010.
John C. Heglin
P.O. Box 2412
Sculpture • stained glass • ceramics
Dianna Hess P.O. Box 306
P.O. Box 2043
Pyrography artist, Mike Holder, creates one-of-a-kind images, wood burning them on Baltic Birch. He uses his computer to convert his photos and artwork to line drawings. Recently he added watercolor and rag papers to his repertoire of mediums for his art. Three years ago Mike decided to bring vivid color to his images with the use of ink dyes used to paint on gourds. It created an entirely new market for his work.
In his early years, Mike was a photographer in the Great Northwest where he worked in advertising in the fashion and product industries. On hiatus from his work, he was drawn to the outdoors...the wildlife, the streams, the mountains and lakes of the scenic Northwest.
With an extensive gallery of photos from which to work he began using them to create patterns he could wood burn. And so it began.
Ink as a coloring agent is archival and the vivid colors will last even in direct sunlight. It is what has attracted buyers to the Borrego Springs Art Institute where Mike has had many pictures sold over the last few years. This past February Mike was featured in Creative Woodworking and Craft magazine in a full page article.
Recently Mike has been approached by the manufacturer of the inks to help them introduce these inks to the fine arts market. Mike will be working with distributors of "Steward Superior Ink" to help introduce an old product to a new worldwide market.
Currently, Mike is looking for new galleries who will represent him. He is widely diversified in his subject matter.
P.O. Box 191
930 Orchard Lane
Painting • sculpture • architecture
P.O. Box 1991 Julian, CA 92036 760-765-1704
P.O. Bpx 1205 Julian, CA 92036 619-333-9365Music
P.O. Box 995
2608 B. Street Julian, CA 92036 760-765-0606 X 208
Art and Performing Arts Teacher
4414 Dehesa Road El El Cajon, CA 92019 619-723-6567
Photographer • mixed media
4026 Hwy 78 Julian, CA 92036 760-484-3294
The Mitchell Studio Gallery
One of a kind free form glass sculpture and jewelry
Gallery is open from 10-4 pm daily.ily.
P.O. Box 759
P.O. Box 884
P.O. Box 735 Santa Ysabel, CA 92070 760-765-3584
media art using alcohol inks, acrylic paints, print media and recycled
bits and pieces. Wall art, original greeting cards and many surprises.
P.O. Box 1557 Julian, CA 92036
Banner Queen Gallery