March Guest Artist Carolyn Walega

C. Walega, Banana Plant 3, Sea Grape Gallery
Carolyn Walega is a painter of leaves, trees, and organic forms, all of which are recurring subject matters in paintings like “Moonlit Banana Ballet," "Prism-Wheelata," “Palmwheelata," “Pinwheelata," “Pomegranate," and “Regina Palmata,” which accent nature, the abstract, and the flow of spiraling or pirouette-like movements. Her primary medium is acrylic, typically on gessoed paper or canvas.  As a colorist with a full range palette, she engages charcoal to add the element of line. In the subtropical ... Read More

March Guest Artist Sheryl Unwin

Sheryl Unwin, Perfect Poise, Sea Grape Galleru
Sheryl Unwin is originally from Billerica, Massachusetts, and lived in Gosport, England between 1997-2005 with her husband before moving to sunny Florida in August 2005. She is mainly self-taught, but did attend the Art Institute of Boston between 1984-1986 with a Major in Illustration. Her professional background currently is as a Graphic designer working in the Commercial and Sign/T-shirt Printing industry between 1984 to the present. Today her passion for animals and nature has inspired ... Read More

March and April Guest Artist Brenda Berdnik

B. Berdnik, Mixed Media, Coast is Clear, Sea Grape Gallery
March and April 3D Guest Artist:  Former Gallery Member and Multi-Media Artist Brenda Berdnik "I am very excited to be asked to be a visiting artist at Sea Grape Gallery. I have many fond memories of the gallery, other artists, and customers/friends. I am hoping to catch up with everyone while my work will be on display at the gallery. The works I create are truly unique to me. Each of my pieces takes on ... Read More

March Guest Artist Kathryn Erickson

Erickson Trace of Ruby, Sea Grape Gallery
Kathryn Erickson began creating pine needle baskets after retiring from her teaching career, and quickly became adept at this art form, winning an award in her first juried show. She strives to develop innovative designs, and blends aspects of different styles of basketry, objects of nature, and hand spun wool into her pine needle and hand processed native grass creations. Many pieces incorporate agate slices or stone slabs into the bases, sides, and covers of ... Read More