Mark Bray Showing At the Sanchez Art Center Galleria

P1030618Tonight is the opening night of the Galleria Holiday Art Gala at the Sanchez Art Center in Pacifica, CA. Mark Bray will be there with a 7ft wall with 7 new paintings created in November for this show. Mark will also have 5 other paintings spread through the show. Darcy Rowley is also representing Crystaleyezed Fine Arts with some beautiful art prints of photographs of Pacifica on canvas and metal. There will also be a small display table with Crystaleyezed merch like coasters, magnets, stickers, buttons and jewelry. Stop by for some free stickers, refreshments and to chat with the artists.


Here is some more official information about the event.

The Art Guild of Pacifica offers its annual holiday Galleria at Sanchez Art Center, beginning with an Opening Night Gala on Friday, Dec. 4, 7–9 pm. The Galleria is then open to visitors Saturdays and Sundays, Dec. 5–6 and Dec. 12–13, 1–5 pm, providing an ideal holiday shopping experience. Music for the opening night will be provided by studio artist Wayne Jiang on dulcimer and Lara Garner on harp.

Galleria provides a showcase for many local artists to share their creations by renting a section of wall space to show their work, or by participating in the salon-style exhibition. In all three galleries, you can purchase the art right off the wall. Galleria is the perfect place to find unique items for the special people in your life, in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Don’t forget to gift yourself as well! All three galleries will be filled with artwork, including small gift items such as cards, ornaments, ceramics, and books.

In Galleria, the Art Guild of Pacifica creates a wonderful place spend an afternoon looking at art and talking with the artists, including those Sanchez studio artists who open their studios during this time. You may find some real treasures here, so make Galleria your first gift-buying stop, and enjoy artful holidays!

Sanchez Art Center is located at 1220 Linda Mar Blvd. in Pacifica, about 1.5 miles east of Highway 1. For directions and information: For information about the Art Guild, visit