Happy Anniversary to us! 

It has been a year since we first opened our doors. Wow.  That went fast. What a great time to take stock.  

We signed a lease.  Renovated a space.  Opened a gallery.  Secured more than 30 artists from coastal Mendocino and from other parts of northern California.  Found our amazing staff – Genie and Danna. Hosted a grand opening.  Threw 11 artist launch parties and second Saturday events. Participated in one candlelit shopping event! Whew. 

Here are a few of the things we have learned: 

• Opening a gallery during a pandemic is not for the faint of heart!

• The north coast is a wild and wonderful place, filled with talented artists, populated by salt-of-the-earth people who turn out to help whenever need arises

• The art community in Mendocino is unrivaled

• Our LSG artists, friends and family are stalwart – showing up rain, shine, fog, drought and everything else

Thank you for an amazing start to what we hope is a long-lived and fruitful endeavor for all involved. 

In honor of our first year, we’ve created a tribute video to recap the stellar art and artists who have graced our walls, floors, and windows. Click here to view.

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