October 7, 2019

History Lives Here.

Ever wonder how the town of Fort Bragg got its name? Was there a fort, or a person by the name of Bragg? A trip to the Guest House Museum will answer those questions and more.
October 7, 2019

Artist Profile: Barbara Bonardi

“A person’s life purpose is anything they want it to be. Your choice should make you happy, fulfilled, and satisfied, and if it doesn’t then you get to try again. You could have one life purpose — or you could have many!”
April 28, 2019
Marine Science Discovery Center 2019

New Marine Science Center Facility.

Does viewing the country’s largest Killer Whale skeleton sound exciting? How about being surrounded by a virtual kelp forest inside a geodesic dome? Making marine art, listening to a lecture about ocean edibles, or finding out how a 3D scanner/printer works? If these sound like fun, you’re in luck. You can do all this and more at the Noyo Center for Marine Science’s new Discovery Center, downtown in Fort Bragg.
September 30, 2018
Erin Dertner

Erin Dertner: Light Enlivens her Soul

Erin Dertner: Light Enlivens her Soul Whether the cool shadows of early morning or those falling long and warm in the evening, artist Erin Dertner says the subject matter of her paintings is secondary to […]
May 1, 2018
The Love Bench

Love Waits On A Driftwood Bench

Why do six massive pieces of driftwood at the edge of a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean have their own Facebook page?  I can tell you why. Because they are arranged in the shape of […]
February 25, 2017
Artist Julie Higgins. Giving back to the community is important to her and she has donated art for Winesong, Art in the Gardens, Cancer Resource Center, and Mendocino Eco Artists to name a few. Julie’s paintings, prints, greeting cards, and a book collaboration released in 2007 featuring forty-eight of her plates, can be seen and purchased at the Mendocino Art Center, The Gallery Mendocino, Mendocino Country Store, and Gallery Bookshop.

Artist Profile: Julie Higgins

Pushing past the mundane and into the MAGIC. Julie Higgins is well known for her vibrant expressionist paintings rendered in soft pastel. Her symbols of crescent moons, swirling water, playful ravens, grapes, lilies, figs and […]