Harbor Village Artists
The Lake County Redevelopment Agency is proud to announce the opening of Harbor Village Artists. The Agency purchased this property in 2005, and over a period of 3 years the Lake County Public Services Department steadily upgraded the property into four artist studios. Four groups of Lake County artists opened their retail galleries and art studios in Lucerne in July, 2008.
Serendipity Arts & Boutique is owned and operated by water colorist and fabric artist Diana Liebe. For more information, please contact the boutique at 707-245-7512.
Lakeside Art Studio group, located at 6195 E. Hwy. 20, is the largest of the four, with seven artists and artisans. Members are Lynn Hughes, custom beaded jewelry; Patty Oates, oil paintings; Toni Stewart, beautifully decorated hats; Paula Strother, acrylic paintings; Antonia Koot, wire wrapped jewelry pendants and necklaces; Ruth Morgan, and Susan Finch Laymon. This diverse group plans art openings, music, and limited studio workshops. For more information, please contact Toni Stewart at 739-7010.
The Gourd Gallery, located at 6197 E. Hwy. 20, Lucerne, specializes in beautifully decorated gourds of all sizes and shapes. The gourds are painted, woodburned, carved, dyed and sometimes sewn. Members of this group are Linda Kelly and Sandie Coelho-Davis. This group has participated in many craft shows in Lake and Mendocino Counties. They will have guest artists, demonstrations and classes. Free gourd plants will be given away to the first 20 customers. For more information, please contact Linda Kelly at 274-2346.
Pomo Fine Arts is located at 6199 E. Hwy. 20. This gallery and studio will feature traditional, authentic and contemporary art works by Pomo artists. Luwana Quitiquit will manage the gallery, hold demonstrations, develop art exhibits and events, and feature other tribal artists. Beautiful Pomo baskets, paintings, gourds, dolls and jewelry will be among the featured items in this gallery. For more information, please contact Luwana Quitiquit at 349-9588.
All four groups plan to have individual events and several group events throughout the year.