Andrew Vonderschmitt

Andrew is a woodworker and metal sculpturist. He spends his free time (what little a father of a toddler can find) working in his home studio (garage) making things. Currently, he has been sculpting pieces from found root systems of dead Manzanita shrubs. Experimenting with resins and light features, Andrew has been hard at work on items for…

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Sherry Morris

I own a studio/gallery connected to my home in Diamond Springs,  My paintings express joy, color, humor and storytelling of my imagination. I am venturing beyond my comfort zone, trying new things, repurposed metal assemblage characters, clay sculptures, yard art and more. Come check it out soon.

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Cathy Keil

I retired to Rescue from the Bay Area about 15 years ago and I have been sculpting in clay for the last 10 years. I create houses, people and animals. My favorite subject is the animals. There is so much to work with. Animals can be so expressive and I try to sculpt a “whimsy”…

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Judy Arrigotti

Judy grew up in the Bay Area (San Carlos) where her “architect” parents encouraged her early interest in drawing and painting. She always knew she wanted to be an artist or an art teacher. Judy graduated from the University of San Francisco with a double major in art and education and received her teaching credential…

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