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Electric Rose Gallery

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Electric Rose Gallery
107 Plaza Street
Healdsburg, CA 95448
Venue Type: Gallery

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© Electric Rose Gallery
Three Graces, Shiloh Sophia McCloudShiloh Sophia McCloud, Three Graces,
© Shiloh Sophia McCloud
, Laura PopeLaura Pope
© Laura Pope
The Gilded Mermaid, Elizabeth GibbonsElizabeth Gibbons, The Gilded Mermaid,
© Elizabeth Gibbons
Holy Cowgirl, Shiloh Sophia McCloudShiloh Sophia McCloud, Holy Cowgirl,
© Shiloh Sophia McCloud
, Sue Hoya SellarsSue Hoya Sellars
© Sue Hoya Sellars
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Shiloh Sophia McCloud, Owner
Tuesday -Sunday,11:00-6:00/Monday Closed
specialty/retail, contemporary, sculpture, print prints/books, design/decorative, emerging, collective/studios, 20th-century
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The Electric Rose Vision is to create an environment of inspiration, revelation and celebration through image and word. We represent women artists whose work is both visionary and narrative. A story is being told, an idea shared, a hope whispered, a dream revealed.

We feature fine art paintings, sculpture, one-of-a-kind jewelry, fine art gicle'e prints, creativity journals, greeting cards, paper prints and Icons from all over the world.

The gallery was founded in November 2008 by two girlfriends, Shiloh Sophia McCloud and Dori Wyota Etter. Shiloh has owned galleries for over twelve years.  Dori Etter has been working in the business world for over fifteen years and was on a sabatical when she and Shiloh met at the San Francisco wholesale show in January 2008. The two became fast friends and began plotting how they could land a gallery and studio space in Healdsburg, California. Following Dori's trip around the world and Shiloh's move to Healdsburg in September, they worked with the Cosmic Cowgirls to open the studio located on 401 Center Street which features weekly workshops and events.

One day while taking a stroll through the lovely village of Healdsburg, Dori and Shiloh happened across 107 Plaza Street, and this dream began to take on its current form as Electric Rose Gallery. A collaboration between two women, with entrepreneurial spirits, tons of passion, a desire to see a difference in the world and heart to bring beauty!

As Dori returned to the business world Shiloh was joined by Mary MacDonald, previously the Gallery Director at Wisdom House for over two years and Chelsea Bond, a fabulous jewelery and fashion designer who also shows her work at the Gallery. You can find Mary, Chelsea and Shiloh at Electric Rose any day of the week except on Monday, ready to invite you into this sanctuary of beauty.

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