Dale Evers Studio holding open house Dec. 22
—Dale Evers Studio, located just steps away from the heart of downtown Paso Robles at 10th and Park, is hosting an open house at the studio on Dec. 22 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. The holiday open house will bring attention to the recent updates to the studio, including an olive green paint job, revamped lighting, detailed railings, steps, and a sliding door.
The studio is well known for its eclectic and large art pieces on display outside of the studio, such as the guitar gates, wind chimes, and Mega Focus, which is a piece of a spirit man holding a bow and arrow. New creations are often displayed in front of the studio.
One of the unique aspects to the Dale Evers Studio is that the majority of the creation’s production occurs within the building, such as the blacksmithing, sketching, sculpting, designing, and more. The goal of the building’s redesign is to draw guests in to a sophisticated building to view the creative processes put into the sizeable works of art.
There are several different collections that guests can admire, such as the guitar art, tables, lighting, marine life, rainforest, art of fly fishing, and much more.
Artist Dale Evers has commissioned many pieces for iconic companies, such as a piece for the United States Olympic Committee for the Atlanta Games, a corporate icon for Paul Mitchell Hair Products, a sculpture for the Hilton Hawaiian Village on Oahu, and more. Evers has published several books on artistic design. His galleries are located in various locations around the world, such as Hawai’i, Canada, Florida, and California and some of his pieces can be found in museums in New York, California, and more.
Dale Evers Design Studio is located at 1000 Park St. For more information, visit daleeversstudio.com or call (805) 434-9237.