Gallery Information

 1211 South Main Street, Suite 110, PO Box 460, Angels Camp, CA

209-728-6171

manzanitawp@gmail.com

manzapress.com

You’ll find a warm environment where creative workshops and events are happening and you’ll marvel at the gallery of contemporary arts.

Open 6 days a week from 11 am – 5 pm

Closed Tuesdays.

Gallery Artists

Manzanita Arts Emporium showcases the powerful work from these fine artists :

Gary Rose, Mountain Ranch – Hard-edge Design acrylic wall sculpture – wood or canvas, large geometric abstracts

Roberta Hughes, Sutter Creek – Handcrafted jewelry – beads, crystal, sterling silver settings, pendants, and more

Kevin Brady, Mokelumne Hill – watercolors, cartoon art, acrylic – framed work, prints, cards

Ty Childress, Mountain Ranch – Photography – framed and matted prints- scenic, landscape, rural whimsy, regional and national sites, cards, special frames made from the heartwood of Butte Fire burned cedar

Patty Payne, Sheep Ranch – Equestrian and bovine framed art – large canvas/acrylic, natural frames from Mother Lode wood, prints, cards

Chrys Mollett/Aeolian Harp, Murphys  – Piano and music lessons, ukuleles, guitars, violins, strings, music, CDs and more – folk instruments open mic Saturday night with musicians at Manzanita Arts Emporium, 1211 S. Main Street, Angels Camp – 6:00-8 PM. Bring an acoustic instrument, your voice, and join in the fun — or just come to listen and enjoy. 

Selma Sattin, Copperopolis – Framed Watercolors, cards, prints

Cristi Canepa, Angels Camp – Photography on metal, prints, and more

Mary Sexton, Angels Camp – Acrylic, watercolor, oils – prints and framed pieces, cards, inspirational signs

Robert Stickley, Murphys – Original Pastels, prints

Consignment artists:

Wanda Macioszek, Glencoe – Fine metalwork – trees, fish, nature scenes, and more

Gordon Long, Mokelumne Hill, Landscape Photography, rural depictions, narrative scenes of the Mother Lode, Sierra, and beyond

Paul Neal, Valley Springs – Photography – floral, scenic, Mother Lode scenes, nature’s captured narrative moments

Robert Tomaino, San Andreas – Nature illustrations – hunting decoys and ducks, dogs, mountain men, historic prints and cards

James Aarons, Mokelumne Hill – Ceramic abstract bowls

Susie Hoffman, Copperopolis – Watercolor, oil, prints, cards

Judie Cain, Murphys – Watercolor prints, cards

Cate Culver, Tuolumne City – large abstract acrylics, cards, matted prints

Randall Metzger, San Andreas – organic, natural scented candles

Dan Harder, Arnold – modern resin sculpture figures

Joyce Kelly, Murphys – Photography – Picturesque cards, seasonal cards, matted prints, framed prints

Judy Wilmot, Angels Camp – Illustrations, paintings, drawings, prints, cards