Art Galleries

May 3, 2009 by  
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Galeria de Todos Santos

Calle Legaspi #33

In 1994, Michael and Pat Cope created the first fine arts gallery in Todos Santos – a must see! The Copes hold regular shows throughout the season for regional artists. Featuring drawings, paintings and sculptures of fine Baja artists including Erick Ochoa, Carlos Uroz, Anibal Angulo and many others. An eclectic and inspired collection of representational, contemporary and abstract art, this space is a must for art lovers. Open daily, 10 am – 4 pm. Phone: (612) 145-0500.

The Charles Stewart Gallery and Studio
Corner of Centenario and Obregón
Self-proclaimed founding artist of the ex-pat artist community. Living in Todos Santos full time since 1986, Charles Stewart paints in oils and watercolors and sculpts with wood at his studio home with his wife Mary Lou, who arrived from Taos, New Mexico, in 1986. Open daily, 9 am – 5pm.


Galeria Indigo – Fine Art Gallery

Calle Juarez very near Calle Hidalgo (by the bookstore)

Owned and operated by Frieda Telemans, who is completely bilingual and very personable. Artists on display include Ezra Katz, Diaz Castro and others. Open Mon to Sat 10 am to 5 pm. E-mail: [email protected] Phone: (612) 137-3473.

 

 

 

 

Galeria Logan (Jill Logan)
Calle Juárez and Morelos
One of the finest galleries in town, showing the work of painter, Jill Logan. A professional artist for sixteen years, Jill Logan has exhibited in New York City, Florida, Oregon, New Mexico and California. Now living and working in Todos Santos since 1998, Jill Logan paints in oils and acrylics. Her favorite subjects include passionate landscapes and women of the tropics. Open Monday – Saturday, 11 am – 4 pm. Phone: (612) 145-0151 | Fax: (612) 145-0288.

 

Galería N. E. Hayles
Calle Cuauhtémoc Final
Living in Todos Santos since 1990, and showing her art since 1995, she is known for her unique paper tile mosaics. Recently she has begun creating ceramic tile mosaics and oil paintings. Featuring Paper Tile Mosaics, Oil Paintings, Mixed Media Abstracts, Ceramic Tile Mosaics, and Unique “One of a Kind” Furniture. Open Monday – Saturday, 11 am – 4:30 pm or by appointment. Phone: (612) 145-0183.

Galeria de Gabo
Marquez de Leon, between Juarez and Colegio Milita.
Featuring the art of La Paz artist Gabo. Open Monday – Saturday, 10 am – 4 pm. Phone / Fax: (612) 145-0514; (612) 145-0370.


 

 

Galeria Wall (Catherine Wall)
Calle Benito Juárez #4
Catherine Wall has lived and worked in Todos Santos since 1999. She has been an artist all her life, now painting Mexican scenes, landscapes and portraits in oil. Open Monday – Saturday, 11 am – 4 pm or by appointment. Phone: (612) 145-0527. Email:
[email protected]

 

Margaret Woodall

Calle Raul A. Carrillo

Her Oils, Pastels and Serigraphs are exhibited now exclusively in the Galeria Indigo. Artist. Phone: (624) 145-0501.

 

 

Wendy Faith, Artist in Glass

Calle Rangel between Obregón & Hidalgo- Las Casitas B&B
Living and working in Todos Santos since 1992, Wendy specializes in architectural art glass of all types. Wendy is a self taught artist and worked extensively with cloth, wood, paint and light metal, but her main focus for the last 20 years has been glass. Open daily, appointment suggested. Phone / Fax: (612) 145-0255.

 

Galeria Arturo

#26 Calle Centenario between Topete and Calle Obregon

Arturo Mendoza Elfeo is the owner and principal artist in this charming little gallery. He is a long time local artist. His oils and acrylics are well executed with an eye for balance and color. Phone: (612) 145-0773; E-mail: [email protected]

Galeria La Coronela

Calle Legaspi between Calle Topete and Calle Hidalgo

The gallery and studio of the well known Mexican artist Victor Vega. Phone: (612) 149-8294 (cellular).

Galeria La Poza

Colonia La Poza, off of Calle Santos Degollado

In the Posada La Poza whose walls are graced by the art of one of the owners, Libusche Wiesandanger. Phone: (612) 145-0400. E-mail: posadalapoza[email protected]

Colores de Mexico Gallery

A family owned gallery specializing in photographic art. The owner and photographer, Pat Gerhardt and her daughter Christiana Parsons have been capturing images on film for over 30 years.

Don Quixote Gallery

Calle Legaspi between Calle Hidalgo and Calle Topete

Owned by Gregorio Martin Flores, who is a proficient artist in many media. The Gallery Don Quixote represents 16 artists from around, the world.

Galería Santa Fe

Calle Centenario near the plaza in front of the Mission Church.

Fine Folk Art & Crafts. Phone (612) 145-0301. The gallery is open every day except Tuesday from 8am to 3pm.
La Coronela Gallery

Calle Legaspi between Calle Topete and Calle Hidalgo

The gallery and studio of the well known Mexican artist Victor Vega. Phone: (612) 149-8294.

Manos Mexicanos

Topete and Centenario

Arts, Crafts and Jewelry. Displaying the the craft and pottery of local artist Rubén Gutiérrez. Phone: (612) 145-0538.

Margaret McGall Boyes – Gallery and Studio

Calle Baja California Sur near Calle Punta Lobos

Currently her gallery and studio has her work in watercolors, acrylics and ceramic tiles with Baja themes. Open most days from about 9am to 3pm. It is best to make an appointment to view her works. Phone: (612) 145-0364.
Studio de la O – Juana Olga Barrios

Corner of Hidalgo and Centanario

Paintings by Artist Juana Olga Barrios.

The Purple Door Studio

Studio de la O (Juana Olga Barrios)

Visions, A Community Gallery (various Todos Santos Artists associated with ARTS)

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