“Soft & Spicy” are the words artists Sally Seago and Page Graeber use to sum up their combined show as featured artists at Cambria Center for the Arts.
Seago has painted and taught lessons for years from her gallery on Moonstone Drive, Seago Gallery by the Sea. Although she now lives in Fresno, Seago has returned periodically to teach classes at Cambria Center for the Arts.
Seago has traveled the world in pursuit of her art, and was one three California artists chosen to represent the state in a special exhibit in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda.
Her current passion is painting her interpretation of the universe as seen through the Hubble telescope. Seago has conducted demonstrations and seminars for various art societies.
Page Graeber is an award-winning artist who works in watercolor, acrylic, pen and ink, and mixed media. She is a member of several art groups, including being a signature member of Central Coast Watercolor International.
Graeber lives in Paso Robles, where she is an honorary member of the Paso Robles Art Association. She is also a member of the Cayucos Art Association and the Cambria Center for the Arts, where sometimes works as a docent at the gallery.
Her watercolors capture such subjects as colorful and whimsical farms, barns, hills, and trees; seashores; vibrant florals; and historical missions.
“Soft & Spicy” opens Thursday, and runs through Aug. 31. The public is invited to meet the artists at a reception from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7.
Admission is free and includes music and refreshments; wine also will be served at $5 a glass.
Dancers needed for Scarecrow Festival
Dancers of all abilities needed to participate in a dance routine for the Scarecrow Festival. No previous dance experience necessary, just a willingness to join the group and have fun.
Also needed: people who only want to dance in part of the dance and dance freestyle.
Please send email inquiries to Deanna Voelker at email@example.com for a link to the dance tutorial videos.
For more information, call 927-2274 or 909-8106. Group practices begin Surday, Aug. 8.