Gallery Sausalito and Sue’s art studio has moved into a large, beautiful loft-style space. We are at the end of the brick walkway next to our former Sausalito Princess Street location.
Our opening party in June was so much fun, we are having another in October! Check out the EVENT page for more details. Send us an email if you would like to receive an invitation.
Gallery Sausalito represents a contemporary collection of original, fine art works. We are obsessed with texture and color. Visit our “brick and mortar” gallery and you’ll see what we mean! We are located in charming downtown Sausalito, California, 15 minutes north of San Francisco and a 5-minute walk from the Sausalito ferry depot and public parking.
There’s nothing like seeing art in person. Next time you visit Sausalito come by. In addition to seeing our gallery collection, enjoy and observe gallery owner, Sue Averell working in her art studio. “I feel that sharing my creative process with people helps them to connect with my art on a more personal level”.
Gallery Sausalito also offers virtual tours of the physical gallery and working art studio. Just send us an email to set up your personal, virtual gallery tour. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our ArtistsFeatured Artists
Artist & Gallery Owner
Sue AverellSue Averell, visual artist and entrepreneur, has lived the life of an artist and has been honing her craft since childhood. She founded Gallery Sausalito and has co-founded 2 artist organizations. The gallery space located at 28 Princess Street includes her art studio. “Sharing my process helps people connect with my work.”, states Sue. www.sueaverell.com
Ellen Levine DoddEllen Levine Dodd has been making art for as long as she can remember. She has had a comprehensive formal education in painting, photography and fine art printing. Ellen’s abstract art work is infused with color harmonies and energetic shapes. The subtle stories hidden within the layers of paint are waiting to be discovered.
Eva BelishovaEva Belishova works primarily in oil on panel and canvas. Her paintings are a balancing act between representational and abstraction. She finds her inspiration from everyday objects, people and the landscapes around her.
Ulrich GleiterGerman-born artist Ulrich Gleiter is noted for his landscape paintings. You can feel the sense of place in his impasto works. His style is reminiscent of German expressionism and the Russian impressionists. He first studied at the Dresden Academy of Arts and later at the Repin Academy in Saint Petersburg, Russia. His work has been recognized with awards in the USA and in Russia and been featured in books and magazines.
Ulrich reminisces, ““I often think about the history of an area where I am painting, about how many troubles and beautiful things may have happened there.”
Joseph WoodfordJoseph Woodford’s works are inspired by the human form and shapes found in nature. He works primarily in Raku, a 16th-century Japanese firing technique. Joseph’s experience and expert glazing techniques produce intriguing, beautifully random patterns. His large vase forms include sculptural tops, adding personality and an individual character to each work.
Cynthia DuncanCynthia Duncan has exhibited throughout the United Kingdom and the United States. She has painted in the abstract since she was a child. “I found it the most succinct way to interpret the many facets of thought and emotion within myself”, states Cynthia. As you take in her compositions you can feel the intangible energies of the world in her work.
Sara LunaSara Luna is a contemporary fiber artist from Chilean, She draws her inspiration from the rich history and traditions of her home country. Sara’s work seeks to honor the legacy of indigenous textile arts, while also bringing a modern perspective to these age-old techniques.
Sara states, “one of the things that sets my work apart is my commitment to using only hand-spun yarn in my pieces. This allows me to create truly one-of-a-kind pieces that are full of texture and depth.
Malen PiersonMalen Pierson is a collector of found objects. He is a true innovator when it comes to the integration of old tools, farm equipment, antiquities, and all forms of metal into his art. His style incorporates a dense composition of various metals and found objects into full-sized horses, moose, goats, buffalo, herons, and other farm animal sculptures.
His works are in local, national, and international collections, including those of Robert Redford, Martha Stewart, Queen Latifah and Jonny Depp. In the past several years Malen has been commissioned to create several works for public locations.