Blue Line Gallery

Blue Line Gallery features art by students of famed ceramicist

Ceramic funk artist Robert Arneson left an indelible impression on students within the walls of a corrugated metal building known as TB-9 on the University of California at Davis c ...

Molly Fisk to close out poetry series

Molly Fisk and Paco Marquez will read at the final 2011 Outta the Blue Poetry Series event Thursday, Nov. 10, at the Blue Line Gallery in Roseville. Fisk, of Nevada City, began wr ...

Stolen plaques to be replaced at Roseville’s Sculpture Park

On a recent afternoon in Roseville’s Sculpture Park, an art administrator rushed up to a young woman and child reading an informational kiosk. The kiosk provides details on ...

Calling all shutter bugs — we have an assignment for you

Are you an early bird who wakes up at the crack of dawn? Or, do you stay up until the wee hours of the night? Maybe you like to go for afternoon walks around town. That’s great ...

Souls exhibit intends to inspire discussion

Blue Line Gallery’s current exhibit, Souls, features the work of two northern California artists and is full of vibrant paintings intended to inspire discussion among visitors. ...

Everyone wins at Lottery for the Arts

Imagine a lottery where everyone who enters wins. Those are pretty good odds, and exactly what attendees of the third annual Lottery for the Arts get — buy a ticket to the event ...

Found objects comprise ‘Spirit and Form’

The current exhibit at the Blue Line Gallery will send the viewer on an abstract journey with Sacramento artists William Ishmael and Meech Miyagi. “Sprit and Form is a timel ...

‘Outta the Blue’ mixes poems with photography

Guests at the second part of this year’s Outta the Blue Poetry Series will not only get to hear the poems of Patricia Lynn Reilly — they’ll also get to see her photography. ...

Roseville Arts gets grant to assist youth program

Roseville Arts recently received a $46,000 grant from The James Irvine Foundation to fund a creative arts program for youth. For more than 45 years, the local nonprofit organizati ...

Blue Line’s latest is ‘edgy’ — for fiber art

On one stand in the Blue Line Gallery sits a human bust covered with hundreds of teabags dyed bright green. On a side wall hangs a framed creation of black straws interwoven into ...

The ‘Sand Guy’ cometh

People around the world must really enjoy watching the creation of sand sculptures. That explains why artist Kirk Rademaker, a professional sand sculptor since 2000, has been hire ...

‘Beach Bash’ for the arts

Don’t have a trip to the coast planned for this summer? Don’t worry. Instead, enjoy a beach party right here in Roseville at the inaugural Blue Line Beach Bash Saturday, June ...

Sac’s poet laureate at ‘Outta the Blue’

A few years ago, Roseville boasted an active arts scene, but poetry was missing from the mix. That was the opinion of John and Valerie Bowman who moved back to the city after a 15 ...

'Totems and Plates' at Blue Line

Guest curator Tony Natsoulas points out a single doughnut in a stack of dozens of multi-colored ceramic doughnuts that make a totem pole. “I give her a hard time,” he says, sm ...

Students shine in Blue Line show

From a distance, the four-color linoleum block print resembles the simple image of a bluebird feeding her three babies. Up closer, the viewer realizes the bluebird is not giving th ...