For July’s Arts & Eats reception, photographer, Stephanie Hogue will be here to share images from her latest project, “The Horses of the Camargue”. The marshlands of the Camargue in southern France, provide an exquisite backdrop for this ancient breed of horses. Experience this world through her eyes and discover their majestic and ethereal beauty.
Saturday, July 21, 2018
Latitudes Fine Art Gallery
401 E. Ventura, CA 93001
Arts & Eats is a free bi-monthly event in Downtown Ventura where participating galleries, restaurants and shops provide a special event for the evening including art and small tasty bites for guests to enjoy and stroll from stop to stop.
Join us this Saturday for our “Community Strong” show
celebrating this wonderful place that we call home.
Saturday, January 20, 2018 6-8pm.
401 E. Main St Ventura, CA
All Ventura and Two Trees poster sales will be donated to the #ThomasFireFund
During the event we will be announcing the donation amount raised from our 2018 Ventura Calendar for the Thomas Fire Fund, and to keep the love flowing, we will be donating all poster sales during the event to the Thomas Fire Fund. Thank you for being the change and making a difference!
This disaster has changed the landscape of our land, lives and hearts. We will never forget, but we will rise again, together, stronger than ever. Thank you for being a part of our Latitudes Family.
An exhibition showcasing dynamic pairings of Ventura’s iconic landmarks and breathtaking winter sunsets.
Join us and the some of the coolest shops in downtown for our bimonthly Arts & Eats event! Our newest exhibit showcases dynamic pairings of Ventura’s iconic landmarks and breathtaking sunsets. Stop on by for some tasty bites, light refreshments and great photography!
For the next bi-monthly Arts & Eats event, Saturday, May 20th,
Latitudes Fine Art Gallery celebrates the past, present, and future of our beloved “Two Trees”
with a collection inspired by the recent replanting on Earth Day.
Photography of Two Trees by Stephanie Hogue and Steve Munch, will be showcased in the exhibit, along with images documenting the Earth Day event and information about the exciting future for the hills above Ventura.
Arts & Eats Opening Reception Saturday, May 20th 6pm-8pm
*Tasty bites & light refreshments
*Gift with purchase
20% of all sales during Arts & Eats will be donated to the Rancho San Buenaventura Conservation Trust, who arranged the replanting, and is working to create a new era of Two Trees for our community. http://venturaconservation.com/
There is something about exploring the Channel Islands National Park that makes me feel like a kid on a wild adventure.
Islands that are so close to home yet so remote and removed from the grind of everyday life, Santa Cruz and Anacapa islands really are a place where you can let go and escape, even if for just a day.
Being on the islands inspires me to capture it’s unique beauty. I love photographing the rugged golden cliffs and wildlife. Recently I flew over four of the islands on a helicopter and got a birds eye view…their untouched beauty took my breath away. Truly majestic!
Join us at Latitudes for an exciting evening celebrating the wild and natural beauty of “Our Channel Islands”. Often referred to as “America’s Galapagos”, the Channel Islands National Park, located just off the Ventura coast. It encompasses 5 remarkable islands and their ocean environment, with unique animals, plants and archaeological resources found nowhere else on earth.
The art collection highlights new aerial photographs of the islands by Stephanie Hogue and classic favorites by Steve Munch.
In collaboration with Channel Islands Park Foundation, we welcome two island experts to share exciting info and stories.
-The President of the foundation, Marcella Klein-Williams, to share insights and information about the islands.
-Ken McAlpine, author of “Islands Apart: A Year on the Edge of Civilization,” will be available to discuss his journey through California’s Channel Islands National Park.
20% of all proceeds during the event will be donated to the Channel Islands Park Foundation and all purchases over $20 will receive an event-exclusive gift with purchase.
Join Latitudes Fine Art Gallery for “I Heart Ventura,” a new photography exhibit by Stephanie Hogue celebrating our beautiful city!
With all the amazing winter skies, Stephanie has been busy creating breathtaking new artwork. One of her new pieces, “Nativity by the Sea” captures the work of local rock artist, Juan Manuel Cisneros. His gravity defying rock sculptures have been mesmerizing beach goers at the Ventura Promenade and Surfer’s Point for the past several years. His most recent work, a nativity scene, created this past winter by the pier in Ventura, touched the hearts of people far and wide.
Manuel will be here creating a sculpture exclusively for Latitudes during the Arts & Eats event. He will be available to talk about his work and sign any prints of his sculptures purchased that evening. During the event 100% of Latitudes Gallery sales will be gifted to Manuel to foster this inspiring and creative individual who brings so much to our community.
Join us Saturday, January 21st, 2017 6-8pm Latitudes Fine Art Gallery 401 E. Main St. Ventura, CA 93001
805-642-5257 Downtown Ventura (Corner of Oak and Main)
In honor of World Oceans Day, on June 8th, we are highlighting some of our favorite marine life images, to bring awareness to these fantastic creatures. Sea Lions, Sea Stars, Pelicans, Dolphins, Orcas, Gray and Humpback whales are just a few of the diverse animals that live right off our Ventura County shores. We will also be featuring our underwater sound and video footage. The “Oceans Alive” featured exhibit will start on First Friday, June 3, and be on display all month long.
First Friday Ventura Exhibit
Friday, June 3, 2016 from 6pm-9pm.
Latitudes Fine Art Gallery
401 E. Main St.
Ventura, CA 93001
Every year when the winter rains come I get excited about spring. It is my favorite time of year when the hillsides turn green and then burst with color. Mostly I notice the bright colored mustard flowers that brighten up my drive along the 101 freeway. This year they were especially abundant where there had been a fire in December. Such a bright reminder of the renewal that comes in spring. The hill had been charred to black and now was something of exquisite beauty.
I also love to spend many days in search of other wildflowers like poppies and lupines. It is a beautiful time of year!! Come by the gallery this month to see images from our new collection-“Bloom” Friday, May 6th is First Friday in Downtown Ventura, which means there will be lots of new exhibits at all the galleries and everyone will be staying open a little later and enjoying the festivities- be sure to get a map and check everything out:
Latitudes Fine Art Gallery
401 E. Main ST
Ventura, CA 93001
“Bloom” Opening Reception
6pm-9pm May 6, 2016
Join us at Latitudes Fine Art Gallery for an opening reception of “Ocean Blues”
For the month of April, Latitudes will be featuring the ocean inspired exhibit called “Ocean Blue’s”. This special exhibit highlights the many moods of the ocean with its ever changing beauty. In conjunction with Earth Day on April 22, we will be promoting awareness and celebrating the power and importance of our oceans. Environmental photographers Steve Munch and Stephanie Hogue are dedicated to showcasing its beauty to inspire fascination and connection. With connection and awareness comes education and compassion. Though massive and powerful, our oceans are extremely delicate and impacted by our actions. Real change can happen when people are inspired.
OPENING: Friday April 1st, 2016 5pm-9pm Latitudes Fine Art Gallery Downtown Ventura 401 E. Main St Ventura, CA 93001 805-642-5257
“The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.” Jacques Cousteau
Every day we are grateful. We feel lucky to live in such a beautiful community full of amazing people and breathtaking surroundings. We are certainly spoiled! We are reminded how incredible our city is, every time visitors come in and gasp at the images on our walls. We are lucky enough to be like a little “Best of Ventura” exhibit, and are honored when residents bring out of town guests to our gallery first, before taking them around town. We have the best Latitudes Family! They stop by to just say “Hi” and walk through regularly to soak in a bit of the mellow Latitudes energy. We love being a favorite hot spot and to top it off, we get to do what we love!
This month we will be focusing on gratitude and highlighting some of our favorite “Lucky Shots” and green color palette images. First Friday, March 4th, marks the start of our exhibit and it will continue to be on display all month long.
As an added bonus, we will be holding a “Favorite Lucky Shot” contest! Our collection of Lucky Latitudes images will be posted on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17th. Simply share your favorite from the collection, say why it is your favorite, and tag us in the share, for a chance to win a 13”x19” matted print (a $65 value). It is that simple. Winner will be selected randomly on March 31st. Are you feeling lucky?