TANNERY ARTS CENTER – Artists of the Tannery

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

1050 / 1060 RIVER STREET



Find diversity in ART at the Tannery Arts Center. The Tannery Arts Center is dedicated to providing an affordable, accessible and sustainable home for Santa Cruz County artists and arts, cultural, education and heritage organizations so that all offerings on this historically significant campus may be enjoyed by residents, visitors and the general public. Located at the intersection of Highways 1 & 9. Accessible by the San Lorenzo Bike Path. FREE and open to the public!


Gallery 125 at the Tannery is showing the work of 8 diverse and intriguing artists:

Andrew Purchin, mixed media paintings: motion, figure and landscape intertwine

Beth Shields, evocative abstract oil paintings

Chela Zabin, marine creatures & florals in rich saturated watercolor

Fanne Fernow, 2 & 3 dimensional pieces painted with encaustic paint. Bright color. Dots!

Jean Sheckler Beebe, bold painting, collage and mixed media assemblage

Joan Hellenthal, painterly colorful landscapes & still life in pastel or oil

Lynne Todaro, sculpture, mixed media art and silversmithing

Chris Miroyan, Original paintings of folk inspired narratives

FLORA + FAUNA (studio #127, within Radius Gallery) — Showing the work of 12 differstet designers and artists. everythingflorafauna

Stacy Frank, BUDS and STRIPES monoprints

Caroline Webster, to-die-for pillows, clutches, linens and other accessories

Rachel Riot, braided scarves and other accessories

Sarah Borgeson, SALT and Wild Iris jewelry

Johanna Atkinson, mixed media

Noelle Correia, watercolors

Ann Hazels, ceramic tumblers and small plates

Elisabeth Foster, jewelry

Cindy Clark of Sky Millinery, luxurious hats

Julie Henry Rawls, hand lettering T shirts and stickers 

Whimsy Spot, hand-cut paper art

Shelon Bennett, jewelry



Carol Eddy (120) — Ceramic basket/vessels and wall sculptures. www.caroleddy.com

Maren Sinclair Hurn (120) — Showcasing new watercolors on porcelain based on images from my trip to Scotland last September. marensinclairhurn.com


Cosmo Chic (#117) — Custom women’s clothing and sewing lessons. Summer Sewing Camps see more details at cosmochicsc.com for full camp description.


Watershed Art Studio (#116) — At the End of the Sidewalk is an exhibit featuring wild plants.. Linda Cover’s images not only identify common and not so common plants around us, but shows them in their glory: sun soaked, rain dropped, and fog wrapped. 


Printmakers at the Tannery (PATT, studio #106) — a printmaking collective, is open for every FF from 6:30pm – 8:30pm. pattpress.org


Linda Lord (featured in studio #128) — Exhibiting her lushly-colored coral reef paintings that are inspired by her love of scuba diving off the coast of Cozumel.


Stephanie Schriver (#122) — Ceramic Sculpture www.stephanieschriver.com

July, July Tannery
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