Gale S. McKee
A third-generation San Franciscan, Gale S. McKee was raised in Marin County and began drawing and painting at an early age. McKee attended Croydon College of Art in England and then went on to receive a BFA from the University of Denver in Colorado. In 1990 she began experimenting with pastels, creating landscapes, still lifes, figure studies and whimsical art. McKee’s work is influenced by Raimonds Staprans, Wayne Thiebaud and Richard Diebenkorn. For more information
regarding McKee’s work, call 415.459.2981.
Drew Altizer is a San Francisco–based society photographer whose images appear regularly in national and Bay Area publications including Marin Magazine. Altizer is a self- taught photographer who was lucky enough to pick up a camera one day and understand just how to get his ideas and an image on to paper. As a North Carolina native, he
appreciates Marin County’s diverse natural resources both personally and as subjects for
photography. For more of Altizer’s work visit drewaltizer.moonfruit.com.
A surreal interpretation of the natural world characterizes the work of Greg Martin. Born and raised in Marin, Martin is inspired by his surroundings. His paintings balance delicacy and realism within a loose, alive structure. His work has been featured in repeat exhibitions at the Oakland Museum of California and published by the New York Times and the California Academy of Sciences. His paintings and prints are on exhibition at Gallery Bergelli in Larkspur. To view more of his work, visit grmartin.com.