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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

    May
    2
    Sat
    2015
    2:00 pm AmadorArts 1st Saturday Art Trek
    AmadorArts 1st Saturday Art Trek
    May 2 @ 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm
    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
    Jun
    6
    Sat
    2015
    2:00 pm AmadorArts 1st Saturday Art Trek
    AmadorArts 1st Saturday Art Trek
    Jun 6 @ 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm
    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
    Jul
    4
    Sat
    2015
    2:00 pm AmadorArts 1st Saturday Art Trek
    AmadorArts 1st Saturday Art Trek
    Jul 4 @ 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm
    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
    Aug
    1
    Sat
    2015
    2:00 pm AmadorArts 1st Saturday Art Trek
    AmadorArts 1st Saturday Art Trek
    Aug 1 @ 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm
    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
    Sep
    5
    Sat
    2015
    2:00 pm AmadorArts 1st Saturday Art Trek
    AmadorArts 1st Saturday Art Trek
    Sep 5 @ 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm
    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
    3
    Sat
    2015
    2:00 pm AmadorArts 1st Saturday Art Trek
    AmadorArts 1st Saturday Art Trek
    Oct 3 @ 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm
    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

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    PETROGLYPHE GALLERY ARTIST SPOTLIGHT

    Fossil & Form

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    Opening Artist Reception
    Sunday, March 29, 2015
    3-5pm
    Complimentary light appetizers and wine served.

    Exhibition
    March 29 – May 31

    Based on earth elements, Fossil & Form features the jewelry of Edward Lawrence, designed from rare artifacts with interesting fabrications. These unique compositions inspire conversation. This work couples beautifully with the functional ceramic sculpture of local artisan Mary Anderson, whose artistic hands work the potter’s wheel and beyond, to shape clay into fine art.

    EDWARD LAWRENCE transforms Fossil Walrus Ivory from St. Lawrence Island, Alaska, Mammoth Ivory from the Yukon Territory, and other artifacts into something “one can relate to and wear….becoming a part of one’s life”. Edward has been a craftsman all his life. He started as a custom shoe maker in 1971 and his work included leather accessories and beadwork. In fact, many Sierra Foothill residents may still own a pair of Edward’s, gorgeous and comfortable moccasins or sandals. Joining Edward in his endeavors is his wife, Diana who contributes jewelry designs and fabrications.

    MARY ANDERSON sees her ceramic work as a meditation on the forms of nature. Her fascination is with the vessel, which besides being useful and functional, is a platform for sculptural elements. Plant forms, the geometry and rhythm of leaves or seeds are interpreted as vases, pouring vessels and bowls. Leaping fish, the fluid body of an octopus, and twisting lizards transform the pot becoming its shaped neck, reaching handles.