Images of Monterey county exhibit are available for in-person viewing at Sol Treasures!
This exhibit is the work of eight women inspired by the beauty and variety found in Monterey County. using different mediums they have created images that are special to them.

Michele Aker: Jewelry, Michele created wire-wrapped jewelry from beach glass, especially for this show.  Michele also works with semi-precious stones.

Jodi Bristol: Born and raised in Monterey County, Jodi is an intuitive massage therapist, she used that same intuition as she painted images familiar to her.  Jodi created her art using acrylic paint.  She has taken multiple art classes both private and at Monterey Peninsula College.

Stacey K Gregory: She is an award-winning artist that works with mixed media and oil paint. For this show, she has created varied images of Monterey County from seascapes, farmworkers, and landscapes. Ms. Gregory has five incredible oil paintings on display at Sol Treasures Gallery.

Evelyn Klein: She works in mixed media, collage, printmaking, and lithography. Ms. Klein also is an instructor at MPC and has a printmaking studio, Equinox Studios, where she teaches workshops on innovative printmaking techniques. She is inspired by nature and has prints and mixed media works on display at Sol Treasures Gallery.

Margaret Niven:  She works in varied art mediums. She also teaches painting and drawing at both MPC and Cabrillo college. Ms. Niven is part of the Tannery Art group and is also featured in exhibitions through the California Society of Printmakers. Her work on display at the Sol Treasure Gallery is a hand-printed mixed media piece.

Frances Majors: She is a talented printmaker and mixed media artist. She has studied at MPC and through workshops. Her work evokes emotion and is very moving. She has a monotype print now on display at Sol Treasures.

Bonnie Rose Fernandez: She works in oils. Ms. Rose bicycles and hikes in the Fort Ord National Park and is enthralled by the wildlife, views, and oaks. On display now is a giclee print of a majestic oak at Sol Treasures Gallery.

Robynn Smith: She is a printmaker and artist that has explored many mediums. She has retired from teaching printmaking at MPC, but still has workshops on printmaking and drawing at her studio, called Blue Mouse Studios. Her piece in the Sol Treasure’s Gallery is a trace monotype.

Brenda Scettrini Saglio: Born and raised in Monterey County, she appreciates the beauty of the Salinas Valley, and farmlands. She is a multi-media artist that works in oils, printmaking, silversmithing, and glass. On exhibit at Sol Treasures Gallery, are two oil paintings depicting the area of the Salinas Valley.