Chemers Gallery
No tricks here, 
But we have a cauldron full of treats! 

Sample our brew of creativity, as these
enchanting women cast their spell on you!

Meet our 6 newest bewitching artists
Angela's spell binding ceramic bowls are filled with magical mystery and charm. Her work is both organic and abstract reflecting nature's beauty.
Coming from a background in painting and printmaking, Angela approaches color in her ceramics, as she did in painting, by using layered glazes and multiple firings she achieves dramatic surfaces. Angela's pieces are all hand built with gravity defying thin walls. She perfected the art of Raku and luster glazes at the Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts. 

Sheila's soothing pastels will take you down the rabbit hole and drop you in a world of hypnotic fantasy.


Painting in pastel and oil for more than 25 years, Sheila gets her inspiration from light and forms in nature. Her abstract leaves and petals capture a level of quiet softness that becomes an environment for momentary escape. Sheila takes time to plan every painting and uses only the purest pigments and archival materials.  


Victoria has the right brew for an enchanted pictorial  potion. Her pastel creations juxtapose representational imagery with explorations of abstract ambiguity. 


For Victoria, her work is a continuous push and pull of different psychological states all the while maintaining a natural water theme. Driven by emotion, Victoria's pastels are a lively, harmonious, cluster of pure color.


Silver and gemstone jewelry with an oh-so-bewitching flair are the hallmarks of Monique's charmed rings, pendants and earrings.This talented jeweler takes inspiration from her creative upbringing and forms found in nature. Originally from Switzerland, Monique comes from a background of biological science. She possesses a keen interest in melding both traditional and new metalsmithing techniques.

Mira's moonlit magic infused glass enchants even the non-believers. While her focus remains on glass, she incorporates metals, found objects and mixed media into her pieces.


In 2012 Mira created her studio in a two story barn in rural central California and has drastically altered her artistic direction. She describes her glass work to be a substantial bit of eye candy appropriate in any environment with an appreciation for artisan, hand made, down-to-earth values.   

Slither by Chemers Gallery  
to see all the new  
wickedly wonderful artwork.

They are just dying to to be seen!

Mark your calendars & invite your friends!

Saturday December 6th

Meet more than 18 artisans and their
handcrafted treasures

Find something special for everyone on your list..
 and maybe even win something for yourself with our raffle drawings throughout the day!
From Your Wickedly Charming Friends at
Chemers Gallery 
  in Enderle Center since 1978  17300 17th Street, Suite G, Tustin, CA 92780   

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