Julie Hirota

Unique art biz opens in Old Town

Thirty years ago, Rob Bonslett found his place artistically. Now, he’s found it physically. The Roseville artist has been painting watercolors ever since he was a teenager, ackn ...

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 ...

Blue Line shows off 'Masterpieces'

Artist Jenny Stepp awoke one morning from a deep sleep with an idea. Usually, she can’t trace back to the sources of inspiration for her artwork. Her ideas tend to “just happe ...

Kindergarteners mimic Van Gogh

Kindergarteners at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School are well on their way to successful careers as artists. After all, they’ve already had their artwork featured in a local ga ...

Roseville's queen of quilts

Julie Hirota prefers to work on her art at night, while watching episodes of “I Love Lucy.” Toiling away in the evening has been her custom since she began making quilts 20 ye ...

Roseville Arts hosts Fashion Spree and Green Tea

Last year, a woman wore a shiny, bright yellow, full-length dress made from a raft. So who knows what models will sport this year, during the second-annual Fashion Spree and Green ...