Featured Artists

Joy James

Joy James is a McGregor resident from Seattle, WA. She works with fine metal clay to create unique silver Jewelry. She draws her inspiration from nature in the beautiful area. She offers earring and pendants. 

Jane Hash

Jane Hash resides in Lone Rock WI but her passion for jewelry-making began in Hawaii a few years ago. Though Jane seldom wears jewelry herself, she finds satisfaction is making pieces others enjoy wearing. Each offering is unique, whimsical and eye-catching.

Rebecca Kobos

Rebecca Kobos is a retired art teacher and splits her time between Lansing, IA with a Mississippi River view and Bradenton Florida. She has a long standing love of the fiber arts and began raising sheep, spinning and weaving in the 80's. Her current expression is  of fiber collages she calls "fabric sketching". 

Ted Carpenter

Ted Carpenter lives in Coralville, IA he is a track & field coach and owns Blue Heron Beadworks (a home-based shop) His pieces boast beautiful semi-precious gemstones with designs that make you take a second glance.  Each pieces is a delicate and timeless work of art. 

Judy Gill

Judy Gill is a resident of Seneca, WI who is retired after 30 years as a sign language interpreter. She creates unique jewelry from everyday objects with a history such as antique bus tokens, antlers and vintage beads. 

Liza Paizis

Liza Paizis: "Combining my interest in the science and poetry of the human psyche, I obtained a degree in Psychology and English Literature whilst beginning my career as a self employed artist in my native city of Johannesburg, South Africa. I now live in the beautiful Mississippi Valley, Iowa, USA with my husband and a host of birds, deer, squirrels, trees and other natural elements which inspire me to create my original hand made items and artwork which are for sale in America and internationally."

Harold Rosauer

Harold Rosauer is a local Iowa artist. He excels at wood carving and  detail. "I have carved over 993 birds and have spent 900 hours to finish just one. My most popular items are the wood carved bird feather pins painted with such life-like precision, you'd think a slight breeze would carry them away. 

Winter Workshops

Art Workshops for adults taught by artists featured in our gallery. 

If interested in registration for a class contact us at mmcenterforthearts@gmail.com.

January 11 2020

Watercolor Painting 9am-12pm

9am - 12pm

The Left Bank Shop & Gallery

Event Details

January 11 2020

Watercolor Painting 9am-12pm

Class Fee: $10.00 

David Prehm of New Hampton, IA will  review basic watercolor techniques then guide the class in creating their own masterpiece. This Class is ideal for the beginner or anyone looking to advance their skills. 

9am - 12pm

The Left Bank Shop & Gallery

1/18, 1/25, 2/1 2020

Clay Workshop (Three Sessions)

9am - 12pm

The Left Bank Shop & Gallery

Event Details

1/18, 1/25, 2/1 2020

Clay Workshop (Three Sessions)

Class Fee: $30.00

First session 1/18: Mike Kabele will lead the class to create a relief style welcome sign. 

Second Session 1/25: Judy Carlson will lead the class in making a heart themed project.

Third session 2/1: Glazing and painting the fired projects. 

9am - 12pm

The Left Bank Shop & Gallery

2/8/2020

Acrylic Painting on Canvas

9am - 12pm

The Left Bank Shop & Gallery

Event Details

2/8/2020

Acrylic Painting on Canvas

Class Fee: $10.00 

Artist Sally Marshall will lead a class painting flowers on 11x14 canvas panels. 

9am - 12pm

The Left Bank Shop & Gallery

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leftbankshopandgallery.org

158 Main Street Mc Gregor, IA 52157 US

(563) 329-2010

Hours

Seasonal Hours:

Open: Thursday - Sunday: 9am - 5pm

Closed: Monday-Wednesday