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Central Coast Artists Rosemary and Mike Bauer, exhibit both together and separately at various venues, including at their RM Art Studios gallery in Arroyo Grande. The gallery is open for special events or by appointment. For more information, email [email protected], or phone (805) 390-2497. 
Mike and Rosemary Bauer
Dear Art Friends,

Thanks to you, we had a wonderful event in May. We feel as if we “won” with a great mix of people, nature and creativity.  Our May 25 show “Art in the Gardens and Vineyards”, featuring nine Central Coast Artists was a delightful success, so we plan to do the event again next year. Keep in touch with us for details!  

Curious about art raffle winners from the event? Click HERE for details and event photos! 

New:  Seascapes and More on Moonstone Beach

Seascapes by Rosemary are being featured at the chic new “Ebb and Flow” oceanfront boutique on Moonstone Beach in Cambria. See breathtaking paintings and beautiful ocean-themed merchandise in a unique and scenic location beginning July 1. Open daily 10am – 5pm.

EBB AND FLOW, an Oceanfront Boutique
Store: 805-203-5538, Office: 805-909-9022
6100 Moonstone Beach Drive
Cambria California 93428


Now Showing in Morro Bay

Be sure to visit “The Morros” a special exhibit celebrating the Nine Sisters, a chain of volcanic mountains and hills in San Luis Obispo County. Rosemary has two paintings on display, and there are also fantastic works by other artists, so be sure to visit!  

“The Morros” Art Center Morro Bay
835 Main Street, Morro Bay
June 27, through August 5, 2019, 12-4pm daily
Reception: Sunday, June 30 2019, 2–4pm

You’re Invited!

Keep in mind you are always welcome to visit us on short notice at our home gallery. We look forward to it!

Fresh from the easel and not framed as of this writing is this color-rich pastel painting by Mike, “Beneath the Rolling Hills II". The work is part of a study of areas in and around the wetlands of San Luis Obispo County.

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