2nd Story Gallery
Historic Walker House, 121 North San Dimas Avenue, San Dimas, CA 91773. (909) 599-5374.
The 2nd Story Gallery is located in the historic Walker House and is open to the public, free of charge, on the 2nd & 3rd Friday and Saturday evenings of each month from 5:30 – 8:30pm. Parking is also free. Artist receptions with wine and hors d’oeuvres are held on Friday evenings. More details...
Friday & Saturday, September 8, 9, 15 and 16/ from 5:30 to 8:30 pm
The San Dimas Festival of Arts presents the 2nd Story Gallery.
The 2nd Story Gallery is the ‘Best Kept Secret in Town’ and has had ongoing shows since 2009.
This month’s featured artists are Arlene A. Moreno and Lucien van Oosten.
The Festival suggests you make it a party evening with wine and hors d’oeuvres (no charge) and dinner at Lucabella restaurant in the Walker House, 121 N. San Dimas Ave.
Parking and admission to the Historic Walker House is free and all are welcome. The Historical Society Museum and gift shop will also be open. For more information call the Festival of Arts at (909) 599-5374.
California Images & History
April 28-30, 2017
Civic Center Plaza, 245 E. Bonita Ave., San Dimas, CA [map]
VIEW PHOTO ALBUM from this Exhibition on Flickr (opens in new tab)
Since the inception of the new theme, California Images & History, the San Dimas Festival of Arts has sought to bring innovative ideas to the forefront of the art festival season. The California Images & History theme is demonstrated by 30 artists who portray the vast diversity of the state with art that exemplifies the splendors of the coast, vast mountain ranges, and flourishing wine country. More details on the 41st Annual Fine Art Show page including a list of exhibiting artists.
California Images & History
April 22–24, 2016
VIEW PHOTO ALBUM from this Exhibition on Flickr.
Celebrating 40 years, the San Dimas Festival of Arts presented California Images & History to an enthusiastic audience.
More details on the 40th Annual Fine Art Show page including a list of exhibiting artists.
Martin’s relationship with the Festival began in 1977 when he exhibited his work in the first seven years of their western themed shows. Therefore, it is a fitting tribute that after 33 years, the Festival celebrates their 40th Anniversary with Martin Grelle from a fledgling artist to his brilliant rise in the art world.
The Spirit of the West award was presented by Congressman David Dreier during the Awards Diner. Earlier in the day, Grelle acted as a judge for the show and also entertained us with a lecture on his work.
Martin Grelle is a listed artist with work selling in some of the top auction houses and galleries around the country. His work captures the spirit, beauty, and vastness of the West in his historically accurate, compelling images. His art portrays the diverse cultures of the American West with sensitivit, but it is his thorough research and experience as a horseman that sets his work above the rest. Full story...