Artist Directory

To be added to our online directory, or to make changes to your current info, please contact Jacie Rivas jacierivas@yahoo.com


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Allison Gerrity | Acrylics, Mixed Media


Caroline Henry | Painting and Drawing Media, Watercolor, Ink, Acrylics, Oils, Pencil, Pastels, Mixed Media, Scratchboard, Silk, Silk Paints & Papers

209.931.0682

email: cdhenry209@comcast.net

Since retirement 10 years ago from teaching, Caroline has focused on her artistic expressions including giving art lessons.

She has won several area awards for her art and is currently the featured artist at the Lodi Art Center.

Caroline is available for special commissions. Caroline's art is for sale at the Lodi Art Center gallery, Creative Consignment, Etsy, and Fine Art America

“I love to explore but certain themes do reappear in my art: gardens, coffee houses, city streets, trees and forest, animals, people doing ordinary things, pears.   I`m very open to doing commissioned work.”


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Darrell O'Sullivan | Photography

209.745.4268

email: dosully@comcast.net


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Elsa J. Bates | Watercolor

209.339.8331

email: tenorherb@aol.com

Painting with watercolor for the last 9 years, but always interested in wood work, acrylic decorative painting, and needlefelting.


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Emily Hastings | Acrylics, Photography & Ceramics

323.875.8431

email: emily@amazingartparties.com

Emily Hastings is originally from the San Francisco Bay Area and has studied painting, ceramics and photography.

She’s been a professional artist for over seven years and is currently a painting instructor for Amazing Art Parties. Emily's current body of work consists of mixed media masks and the digitally enhanced photos she takes of them.

Each mask she makes is decorated with a variety of different materials: paper mache, multi-colored inks, acrylic paints, encaustics, wire mesh, etc. She also uses a mini blowtorch to reach an elevated level of mood and texture.


George Dillon | Oils, Acrylics, Mixed Media

209.772.2892

email: george.dillon1@comcast.net

An eclectic approach to colorful, contemporary painting.   I am currently working on a new series of people using unique color patterns.


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Glenda Hansen | A variety of sorts

email: gzhippo@aol.com 


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Ila Lewis | Jewelry, Paper, Greeting Cards & Textile

916.835.8366

email: wrldtrodr@aol.com


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Jacie Rivas | Photography, Poetry, Digital Art, Greeting  Cards & Paper Crafts

650.823.8587

email: jacierivas@yahoo.com

“You can usually find my fiance and i traipsing around vineyards, hiking up mountains, rock scrambling in rivers and sipping wine downtown...and taking pictures all the time in an attempt to capture and share the beauty we witness everywhere we go.”


Janene Ford  | Mixed Media

email: momzart101@yahoo.com

Art out of the ordinary.


J C Strote | Fused Glass, Private Fused Glass classes by appointment

209.369.4188

You can find JC’s work at the Stockton Art League Goodwin Gallery, Archival Gallery in Sacramento, Blue Line Art Gallery in Roseville and the Lodi Community Art Center

email: jcglassart3@gmail.com


Linda Poteet | Photography, Drawing, Mixed Media, Acrylics & Watercolor

209.663.9674

email: lkpoteet@gmail.com

“I have been interested in photography ever since I was a child and got my hands on my mom's 1970s 110 Kodak camera.

At Lodi High School, I enjoyed taking photos and developing film for the school newspaper. Later I had jobs video taping and editing weddings, commercial footage, and worked as a camera operator for live TV.

Since becoming a mom 17 years ago, my favorite photography subjects have been my 6 children. Following local photographers on Instagram and being a member of the Lodi Community Art Center has inspired me to develop more techniques and try different subjects.”


Melanie Dane | Gizmos, Gadgets, Legos, Spray Paint, Found Objects, LEDs, STEAM, MakerEd

209.601.9547

email:  merlindesign.melanie@gmail.com

I love to work with things that light up, move, make noise, combine art and science. New to the Lodi Art center I look forward to introducing people to the Maker Movement of creative project based learning.


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Nora Lee Dale | Oils, Acrylics & Watercolor

“I enjoy working with oils doing seascapes,landscapes and still life. I enjoy the intense color and definition of acrylics enjoy especially using acrylics for abstracts, landscapes and large flowers on canvas.”


Patti Kennedy | Painting, Printmaking, Photography & Whatever is at hand

209.482.7610

email: pzkennedy@yahoo.com

“Before taking a hiatus to raise my children I worked as a production artist on projects from machine parts to museum exhibits.

Now I share the satisfaction of creativity as an Artist in Schools with SJCOE, bringing art lessons into the classroom and working with For The Sake of Art, a program of free art classes in Stockton.”


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Patti Wallace | Painting, Printmaking, Photography & Whatever is at hand

Patti is an award winning artist and long time member of the Lodi Community Art Center.

She works in Stockton as an art therapist for developmentally disabled adults.

No doubt you've seen her art around town.

She is responsible for several colorful traffic boxes in Lodi and co-painted the Lodi Lake mural inside the Lodi Visitor Center. She also teaches Adult and Children's art classes in the LCAC studio.

She's currently working on a traffic box in memory of Tom Kettleman The Turkey.

You can see her portrayal of the short-lived Lodi fowl icon on the corner of Lower Sacramento Road and Kettleman Lane. Her art is available for sale at the Lodi Art Center Gallery. She also is available for special commissions. 

email: patriciawallace03@comcast.net


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Susan Farley | Glass artist, Photography

Susan is an avid environmental enthusiast, having donated countless hours of volunteer work in leadership and training for the Sierra Club. She loves the Sierra Nevada Mountains, having gained an appreciation and reverence of the outdoors from her early experiences with her family, and continues to ski, fish, camp, and hike.

In 2007 she took a glass bead making class and enjoyed the process. However – it would take her 6 attempts to make a symmetrical pair of beads for earrings! Shortly before retiring, she purchased a “well-loved” kiln, and began making fused glass jewelry. It was not too long before she made the leap into other glass forms, from functional pieces such as votives, bowls, and platters, to sculptural art pieces. She enjoys this glass art form and all that it allows: the textures, the colors, the shaping, blending, and melting – all allowing for limitless creative expressions.

“It’s like Christmas morning when I go out to my cooled kiln to open it and see how my glass came out!”

Susan also enjoys taking photographs, and is often finding ideas for her glass creations from her travels throughout the world, while hiking in the mountains, and in her own backyard. She admits she has not “found her voice”, as she is still in awe of what she can attempt to create from what she sees in the world.

Susan has taken a few classes to increase her glass knowledge and skills, and has a mentor friend who is a great resource for her. She has recently won awards at juried art shows. But as she says: “I have a long way to go – I’ve just begun my discovery of what is possible in the glass world.”