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PETROGLYPHE GALLERY LOGO
8317 Main Street

Mokelumne Hill, California

info@gallerypetroglyphe.com

209-286-1387
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  • GALLERY HOURS

    Thursday-Saturday: 11:30am - 5:30pm
    Sunday: 11:30am - 4pm
  • Upcoming Events

    Sep
    20
    Sat
    2014
    10:00 am BASIC DESIGN STRATEGIES FOR ABST...
    BASIC DESIGN STRATEGIES FOR ABST...
    Sep 20 @ 10:00 am – 2:30 pm
    BASIC DESIGN STRATEGIES FOR ABSTRACT PAINTING, WITH DALE LAITINEN @ Petroglyphe Gallery | Mokelumne Hill | California | United States
    In this one day workshop participants will learn to use shapes in creating simple abstract compositions.  Students will create an abstract painting using the cruciform design. For more information or to register, call the gallery or visit our workshop page … Continue reading
    Oct
    4
    Sat
    2014
    8:00 pm AmadorArts 1st Saturday Art Trek
    AmadorArts 1st Saturday Art Trek
    Oct 4 @ 8:00 pm – 2:00 am
    Ten Galleries in Jackson, Sutter Creek, Amador City and Mokelumne Hill, First Saturday of every month (except January), 1:00PM-7:00PM. Enjoy an afternoon and evening of Art, Wine, Food and Music in the Amador County foothills. Meet the artists and art … Continue reading
    Oct
    17
    Fri
    2014
    9:00 am EXPANDING WATERMEDIA BOUNDARIES,...
    EXPANDING WATERMEDIA BOUNDARIES,...
    Oct 17 @ 9:00 am – Oct 19 @ 4:00 pm
    EXPANDING WATERMEDIA BOUNDARIES, PAINTING & COLLAGE WITH DALE LAITINEN @ Petroglyphe Gallery | Mokelumne Hill | California | United States
    In this 3 day workshop participants will use watercolor, gesso, collage materials, and experiment with abstraction to expand their way of thinking about watermedia. For more information or to register, call the gallery or visit our workshop page www.gallerypetroglyphe.com/workshops.
    Oct
    26
    Sun
    2014
    3:00 pm LIGHT & MOTION – Opening Recepti...
    LIGHT & MOTION – Opening Recepti...
    Oct 26 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
    Join us for the opening of Doug Lawler’s show and enjoy complimentary wine and light appetizers!
    Nov
    1
    Sat
    2014
    1:00 pm OIL PASTELS, A STUDY OF POSSIBIL...
    OIL PASTELS, A STUDY OF POSSIBIL...
    Nov 1 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
    OIL PASTELS, A STUDY OF POSSIBILITY, WITH DOUG LAWLER @ Petroglyphe Gallery | Mokelumne Hill | California | United States
    In this one day workshop students will learn the techniques of working with oil pastels on paper. For more information or to register, call the gallery or visit our workshop page at www.gallerypetroglyphe.com/workshops.

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    PETROGLYPHE GALLERY ARTIST SPOTLIGHT

    Barbara Conley

    Grandeur of Half Dome
    Barbara has been active in the arts since 1970 after taking an art class. She began showing and selling her paintings soon after. Although primarily self-taught she took workshops from Millard Sheets, Tom Nicholas, Jade Fon, Harry Dunlap and Zoltan Sabo. Her style has developed into a unique statement that reflects her personal feeling about each subject.

    Barbara’s paintings are as easily recognizable as a personal signature. The themes she paints, in meticulous detail, are the things that surround us, those which remind us of the passage of time yet continue to surround us in the warmth of familiarity. Barbara has shown her paintings throughout California and her paintings are represented in many private collections. El Cajon Ranch, Calif. State Senator, actress/comedian Pat Carrol, for instance. Her work has won many awards including the Grumbacher Silver Medal, award of Excellance at the Haggin Museum and has been shown in Southwest art and Us Art magazines.

    Barbara uses several mediums in the expression of her artistic abilities. Her primary medium is acrylic but she uses it in such a manner her work is often mistaken for oil. Although her acrylic paintings are most familiar she also has shown work done in watercolor, oil and pen and ink.

    Barbara lives in the Gold Country and is taking advantage of the many aged buildings and many country scenes. Most of the aged historic building will be taken by time and expansion and Barbara would like to capture them on canvas before they are gone forever.

    Barbara comments, “Although my Aunt was asked to work for Walt Disney she passed before it was possible. Art is in my genes and I am happy to say I’ve passed it on. I really do love painting.”

    Artist’s prices beginning at $350.00.

    A sampling of Barbara’s work at Petroglyphe Gallery (click any image to enlarge and scroll through)