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Art Pacific, Mission & Ocean Beach 04.10.2018

Michaela Jean Upp

My father (who is also an artist) began teaching me the fundamentals of drawing at a young age. Keeping with my love for the arts I graduated with a B.A. in History of Art at the University of California, Berkeley in 2011, and participated in several studio courses during my undergraduate education. After years of moving between cities and exploring different art related careers I finally decided to pursue my true passion of creating my own art. Read more>>

Stacey Kammerer

After getting a degree in International Business and Marketing, I didn’t feel like I was meant for the regular corporate world. A few years later, I decided to take a chance on myself and pursue photography. Read more>>

Michaela Jean Upp

I love experimenting with different media, techniques, and concepts. I see magic in the little things, by exploring the world and ideas through color and form. I am especially interested in the natural world and landscapes, and the night sky, which I find to be a beautiful and mysterious setting. Read more>>

Gretchen Weidner

I became an artist when my Grandmother died. We used to sharpen crayons with butter knives in her 60’s styled kitchen, then she would submit my coloring pages to the local grocery store art contests telling me I won first prize every time. Once she passed I couldn’t let that joy die so I continued to paint. Read more>>

Jackson Gray

On a hike with a group, I fell into step with a man who asked me what I would do if I didn’t have to work for a living. I said I had always wanted to throws pots. I thought it was rude when he laughed. He said, “You don’t know what I do for a living, do you?” – I didn’t. “I manufacture potters wheels. ….I have a prototype you can have as long as you use it.” Read more>>

Michelle Bowen

I feel so fortunate to have learned the amazing art of photography from various teachers, classes and programs throughout the years. I also understand many different elements that go into taking just one photo and attribute that to my years of working with film. It is a little different than digital and teaches you so much about setting up that perfect shot. Read more>>

Gretchen Weidner

I became an artist when my Grandmother died. We used to sharpen crayons with butter knives in her 60’s styled kitchen, then she would submit my coloring pages to the local grocery store art contests telling me I won first prize every time. Once she passed I couldn’t let that joy die so I continued to paint. Read more>>

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