• Past all the rubble is true beauty…

    “Past all the rubble is true beauty that you’ve kept hidden.” This beautiful sunburst was salvaged from the rubble of a stupa in Nepal that had been destroyed by earthquake.  

  • Carved Lines & Old Quebec

    “A line is a dot that went for a walk.” – Paul Klee Carved lines are strolling all around this suede mat, admiring the vignettes of Old Quebec.

  • Meet Cindy O’Hare

    Meet Cindy O’Hare tonight at Corners’ First Friday Gallery event. Of herself, Cindy says, “I’ve forever been a gatherer of Mother Nature’s treasures…I’ve always had sticks, leaves and rocks in my coat pockets! What started out as a simple art project with my granddaughter, Bee, has turned into something unexpected and exciting for me.” Cindy […]

  • Gallery Night THIS Friday

    This Friday is Gallery Night! Stop in between 6 and 9 to see what’s new at Corners. We have two new artists, Cindy O’Hare and Bert Andrews, plus additional pieces from our favorite artists and hand crafters.

  • Elegant Treatment for Elegant Automobiles

    An elegant treatment of a poster depicting elegant automobiles of the past! The inner deep blue moulding is surrounded with a beautiful maple veneer frame, creating a truly attractive finished piece.    

  • Hand Painted Bags by Pat Rooks

    This is the last week to view the exhibit of hand painted bags by local artist Pat Rooks at the North County Transit Center on Pershall Road. Pat, a self-taught artist, uses acrylic paint to create whimsical depictions of animals, people and plants. She embellishes them with feathers, trims, beads, rhinestones, and a variety of […]

  • Vintage Linens

    Vintage linens are a favorite of mine, so I was thrilled to be given the opportunity to frame these 3 heirloom handkerchiefs. Each have crocheted lace edges, but the yellow butterfly is exceptional!