Featured Artist for April: Deprise Brescia

About the artist:

California mixed media artist Deprise Brescia is best known for her innovative encaustic artwork and her unique style.  It is something she likes to call 'Transformational Energy Art'.  She coined the phrase because of the intention to raise vibratory frequencies by merging science and spirituality in her artwork.  Science has proven many of the methods she uses to have a positive impact on people and environments.  Although Deprise works in a wide range of mediums, large scale encaustic mixed media is her preferred style of working.  Her bold use of color, craveable texture and elaborate detail makes working in a larger format a natural.  Her works are held in private collections and have exhibited throughout the world in galleries, museums and public art installations

Mojo Flea Meets Makers Market

Saturday, April, 28

9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Presented by our neighbors at Ruby Rose. A curated collection of vintage flea finds and contemporary makers' pop-ups. Some of the vendors will be set up in our parking lot.  We'll offer some food and beverage specials during the day. This event is always lots of fun!

Art After Dark Reception

Friday, May 4

6 p.m.-9 p.m.

Featuring art by Julie Frankel. Join us for an evening of art, wine and food. You'll have a chance to meet and talk to the artist as well as sample some sips and bites. Our full menu will also be available.

Flavors of SLO

TSaturday, May 5

1 p.m.- 4 p.m.

Mission Plaza

We'll be among the  local restaurants and wineries in Mission Plaza for an afternoon of food, wine and music. The event benefits the United Way. To learn more visit: www.flavorofslo.org or call (805) 541-1234


Velvet Fox Wine Pop-up

Saturday, May 5

4 p.m.- 6 p.m.

Taste the 2017 Albarino from this boutique winery.