Featured Artists

  • Nano Lopez

    Look closely at Nano Lopez's sculpture and you will discover the bright colors of a Colombian market place, animals precariously laden with pots, fruits, vegetables, birds, bees, geckos, Pre-Columbian and contemporary artifacts. Nano Lopez is an artist gifted with the rare ability to see the world as a child sees it, with exploration, wonder, and creativity.

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  • George Bucquet

    George Bucquet began casting hot glass at Penland School, North Carolina in 1984. During his seven years working there he became a resident artist. After completing his studies, George moved to Arcata, CA, where he has continued to develop new and innovative techniques for creating his original contemporary forms.

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  • Helen Petri

    In her paintings of the wonders of flowers and nature, Helen is striving to create a place where each individual viewer of her work will find solace and happiness. To some extent, it is a reflection of her own love of nature that she is infusing into her oil paints on canvas, where using her own technique of color application and layering.

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  • Tadeo De La Barra

    "Understanding the ambiguities of the human nature" That's what captivated Tadeo de la Barra, and introduced him to the world of art. His paintings are a window to an intelligent and creative mind, his strokes are the voice of a true artist. His art transcends hyper-realism exposing the observer to a surreal and delightful experience.

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  • Frogman

    Tim Cotterill's bronze frog sculptures capture the whimsical character, the jewel-like quality and the pure joy of these beautiful little creatures. Through the centuries and throughout the world, frogs have symbolized many things - Good Luck, Royalty, Fertility, Magic Potions, Energy, Charm.

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  • Steven Maslach

    Steven Maslach has worked in glass for over 36 years, primarily blowing glass. He has spent the last several years developing a refined approach to making glass sculpture, direct from molten glass. Steven works in a scale larger than most pieces made on a blowpipe.

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Gallery Artists

Contact & Hours

Petri's Fine Arts
690 Bridgeway
Sausalito, California 94965

Phone: (415) 332-2626
Fax: (415) 332-2629
Email: info@petrisfinearts.com

Gallery Hours

Petri's Fine Arts is open Monday through Sunday
10:00am to 6:00pm


Petri's Newsletter

The Petri's Fine Arts Newsletter is our way of keeping you informed about your favorite artists as well as up and coming ones. The Petri's Fine Arts Newsletter is a great way for us to let you know when he or she is dropping by the gallery or has completed a new piece, as well as upcoming events and special offers.

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