coastal wood: arts/crafts inspired by the creative possibilities of wood
closing reception june 19, 5 – 8 pm
Please come to the Oceana Art Gallery on Friday, June 19th, from 5–8pm for a closing reception, celebration and show of gratitude, for the contribution the gallery has made to the cultural landscape of Pacifica. The gallery will be closing its doors permanently as of Sunday June 21st. This is the community’s last chance to come and see the current show “Coastal Wood” and personally thank Vasu Narayanan for all his support and vision in the creation of the gallery.
in the media
A space for art in Pacifica: Top-notch artists, community all welcome at Oceana Art Gallery
May 25, 2013, 05:00 AM By Samantha Weigel Daily Journal correspondent
A drive along the scenic Highway 1 takes you through a variety of coastal towns, but people don’t always go off the beaten path to truly explore these tucked away communities. But the people behind Pacifica’s Oceana Art Gallery hope to change that.
“We want this to be a place for Pacificans and for people from all over the Bay Area to come and be part of our community,” said Elizabeth Marshall, co-director of the Oceana Art Gallery.
The Oceana Art Gallery is located next to the Oceana Market, among several empty storefronts. Elizabeth Marshall, her mother Kay Marshall and Rig Terrell are all co-directors of the revamped location. Vasu Narayanan, owner of the Oceana Market, is the driving force behind the gallery’s fruition.
earth day posters
from the pacifica beach coalition
The past nine years’ earth day posters from the Pacifica Beach Coalition are on on display at Oceana. We are proud to have these works of art from this valuable organization that works so hard to keep our beaches clean.