Gallery Artists

Yael Korin

In Yael's own words, "I am intrigued by the complexity of the light and shapes reflected by the water's surface, as well as by what can be seen when light penetrates the surface, revealing the forms, colors and textures that exists in the space below.

When out with my camera, I seek inspiration from the surrounding environment. I look for combinations of texture, color, shape and composition that may work as foundations for finished photographs. 

Every photograph is from a single exposure; there are no combined images or software filters. i work with selective cropping as well as manipulations of color, saturation and contrast. 

I live in Los Osos. like many others, i was drawn to the beauty of the central coast, and am fortunate to call it my home."

Jean Woodruff

Oil Paintings on Canvas 

Jean is from Atascadero, California. She paints local and far away scenes that remind us how beautiful and comfortable home can be. 

Mary de Wilde


Mary de Wilde graduated from East Surrey College of Art and Design in

Surrey, England. After moving to Los Angeles in 1969, she studied ceramics at Glendale Community College and drawing and design at Los Angeles City College.

Mary’s interest in photography originally was to take visual notes for possible future paintings. Her favorite locations to work are the natural wonders and beauty of the Central Coast. Her work is representational, but sometimes she combines images which she calls her "Ghost Photos". She loves the textures of the natural world around her and refers to them as "Nature’s Fabric”. Her most recent exhibit was at Gallery Western in Los Angeles.

Karri Smith


Karri Smith is a Restoration Ecologist & Professional Wetland Scientist from Salt Lake City Utah. In her extensive travels all over the Western United States and the World she has captured a variety of Birds, Foxes and other wonderful animals in their most natural states with her camera!

Dottie Phelps Visker

Abstract Acrylic Painting

Embrace life and enjoy the ride! You decide your life story! Happiness is your choice-so take it. Smile and people will smile back at you. 😍

Born in 1963, south Jersey. I was always busy creating as far back as I remember.
I am a self taught painter and but watched my Mom paint sometimes. I had several art classes in high school (that I loved) and oil painting class in college. I have done some smaller classes off and on for watercolor painting and jewelry making. However it wasn't until 2005 when I had breast cancer that I wanted to express myself and leave my mark on the world. I did drawings, watercolors, acrylics painting, card making and jewelry making. I started selling my jewelry in local boutiques and spas in 2006 in the Bay Area, Je T'aime Paris. In 2009 I was in full swing doing acrylic painting, especially abstract. 2014 knocked down with diagnosis of cancer left breast, but after a month, and returned from christmas holiday, the confirmed cancer mass was gone! It was my Christmas Miracle, documented in my chart at UC Davis Cancer Center.

In my backyard I get inspiration-Colors in the flowers, sky and birds. I like to paint outside and inside. I adore the sunshine and have to be in a sunny room near the window. Hopefully I am wearing something new-it always seems to inspire me. Or is it that I'm already inspired and that's why I went shopping and bought something new to wear because I'm happy?

I hope this art will enliven your surroundings and make many sensations! Enjoy and live life to the fullest. Dottie.

Jerry de Wilde


Jerry, aka "Dok," was born on January 1st, 1938 in Brooklyn, NY, where he lived until he left to attend college at Columbia University in 1955. After graduating Columbia with a degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences in 1959, he moved west to Los Angeles in the spring of 1960. He then enrolled in the Theater Academy at Los Angeles City College to study acting, directing and producing. In 1964, after appearances in several plays and a few TV shows, he was introduced to fine art photographer Robert Frank.

In the fall of 1966 he moved into a small cabin in Big Sur to simplify his life and emerged the next spring to work in production on the Monterey Pop Festival. Using "The Farm" as a home base, he traveled around the country and Europe photographing Art Happenings, Love-Ins, Anti-War demonstrations, and the Counter Culture of the late 60's and early 70's.

He met his wife Mary in London, England, and they were married in late 1969 in Los Angeles. Their daughter, Autumn, was born in 1970 in Woodstock, NY and son Jacob was born in Los Angeles in 1973.

In 1992 he was invited to be an associate professor of fine art photography at Woodbury University where he taught for 7 years. Most recently he has been photographing and printing large and medium format black and white abstract landscapes shot mostly in the American Southwest and Scotland.

Jessica Trujillo


Photography couldn’t have come into my life at a better time. When I took my first black and white film photography class two years ago I started out very shy and lacked confidence with the loss of self-identity. But then I was exposed to the world through photographs.

Like a form of communication, photography shares true stories, endless ideas, and real emotion. It had opened my eyes – that was the start of my reinvention. I now wander with curiosity through life, and venture into my mind to find truth.

I have explored various subject matters using different techniques. Starting from the release of the shutter, to the development of the film, and finally the creation of the photograph in the darkroom, I foster a close connection with my pieces.

I’m very passionate about my work and I am excited to share it with you.

Mark Clark


I'm self-educated in my art, it results from experimentation and reading, failing and trying again. I love the joy of trying new ideas and the new insights that comes with successes and failures. It's the "happy accidents" and new materials that allow me to really add movement to my sculptures.

Creativity has been the guiding constant of my whole life, whether it is building wooden chairs for the front porch, a playhouse for my grandkids, painting a watercolor, working on a drawing over coffee, or, especially, working on a sculpture in my studio, I strive to always be creative and to show others the power and joy of creativity.

I also try to show the wonder and magnificence of nature in my work and I hope you can see that when you look at what I’ve made.

Above all, I hope you enjoy the movement and color I strive to put into each piece.

Kitty Levee


Kitty creates bright, colorful jewelry and sculptures that will enliven every part of your day while accessorizing with everything you own!

Walter Saul

Composer & Pianist

Walter's mission as a composer is to create musical icons, windows of sonic light, that ushers listeners into the presence of Jesus Christ and reveal a little of His heavenly glory to us.

Walter has 6 CD's avaliable in Gallery at Marina Square!

Jeremy Baker


Whether a scenic landscape, a star filled night, the story kept by rural and urban decay, or trying to reveal the soul of a person through making their portrait, I am in constant search for the beauty life holds. And with this search, I find it difficult to fit my photography into one photographic genre. 

In the creation of my art, I use several different types of cameras, but nothing connects me to the spirit of the photographic process like shooting film. I find the beauty of the cameras and their use as much a part of my craft as developing the film and seeing the image to print. To me, my film images have a soul all of their own. 

It is truly a pleasure to be able o share with you, a glimpse of the world through my eyes. 

Christina Lievanos

Hand Made & Wire-Wrapped Jewelry


Christina has been creating and selling Jewelry throughout the United States for many years. Her skill with wire is readily apparent - you can see the tremendous quality and detail in all of her work. Christina is featuring her work in both the Upper and Lower Galleries here in Gallery at Marina Square!

Aris Zavitsanos

Photography & Digital Mixed Media

They say Space is the final frontier but the mind and imagination can take you further than the depths of space ...

Space has always been so fascinating to me and has influenced my art throughout the years. My inspiration started in Crete Greece, when I saw a street artist making a beautiful space scene using spray-paint. The different techniques the artist used surprised me. When he finished he turned his spray can upside down and made a comet, the spark to my inspiration. When I returned back to my home in Pacific Grove CA, I spent hours upon hours trying to re-create the Greek artist’s style and I eventually succeeded. That wasn't enough, I wanted to do more, so I took more and more art classes and eventually got into AP art where my teacher, Mr. Kelly, pushed me to try new techniques and mediums. I am grateful Mr. Kelly did so because I would have never found my niche. My art is a mixture of the photographs gathered from friends and family and my different adventures along with lots of time on a tablet with Photoshop. Once I manifest my idea on the computer I print it out on canvas or watercolor paper and add acrylics with gloss varnish. This saturates and brings the highlights out allowing me to control the focus of each art piece. My art is always evolving and I am working on some new techniques right now; I hope to share my results with you soon!

Duane Laurabee

Mixed Media Painting

Duane is a painter in various media and paints wonderful landscapes both in the representational style and abstract style.

Duane lives in Santa Ynez. Welcome aboard Duane!

Suzanne Leon

Acrylic Painting

Suzanne paints still life, nature and Landscapes. She uses acrylic paints to create amazing, beautiful paintings of our wonderful Central Coast and the fantastic life within it!

Suzanne's paintings can be found in our Upper Gallery! 

Suzanne lives here in Morro Bay.

Craig Harrill

Acrylic, Oil, Pen and Ink and more

Craig B. Harrill is a teacher in the central valley with deep family ties to Morro Bay. He has done several murals, and many sets and backgrounds for theater productions.

“I love to surf, and the ocean has cradled me in her arms for over 50 years now. I paint scenes, or draw images, that evoke emotions. I enjoy doing different types of medias and I am always wanting someone to look at my work and say “Aaah” or “hmmm?”

“I do portraits, murals, commissions, sculpture, charcoals, oils, acrylics, inks and I also make spirit bags out of Deer Leather.”

Craig lives in Exeter California, his artwork can be found in our Upper Gallery!!

Marjorie Zlotowitz


There’s plenty of evidence that since the rise of humankind, we’ve been making art. For lack of a cave wall, my first masterpiece, a maroon Crayola giraffe, was executed on the upholstery of a new piece of furniture. My mother assured me that was when I began suffering for my art.

Ever since we humans figured out how to string stones and bones, we’ve adorned ourselves with things we find aesthetically pleasing. I got in on that action after a half-century of drawing and painting. Now, I view jewelry-making as 3-dimensional painting. I love the colors, shapes, and textures of natural stones, various metals, and vintage beads. The breathtaking beauty of the Central Coast provides endless inspiration. If you share my obsession with shiny, sparkly, and natural things, please have a look. If you make a purchase, you'll be supporting Alzheimer's and cancer research. Wear my jewelry in good health!

Ryan Carroll

Paper Cutting Artwork.

Paper-cutting  is the art of cutting paper designs. The art has evolved uniquely all over the world to adapt to different cultural styles.

Ryan lives in Santa Maria. 

Carlo Christian


© Carlo Christian

Artist Statement
From a young age, I have been in love with the craft and art of photography. I was fortunate to work as a commercial printer in two prestigious photo labs, as well as, an assistant photographer in a high-end fashion studio. Today I work as a chemist and own a small studio and photography business.
My interest in history, both natural and human, informs my choice of photographic subjects. My favorite mentor taught me when outdoors nature tells us about relationships, the cycles of life and matter, organic and inorganic: “just look around and listen.” This lesson still inspires my photographic vision.
I love revisiting deserted buildings, farms, ranches and junk yards over time as they return to nature—the sacred circle. These abandoned places whisper stories of our ancestor’s dreams and lives when we take the time to look and listen. My ambition is to share those impressions.