The perfect stop for your morning coffee to grab-and-go sandwiches
Grab your morning Starbucks, sweet and savory pastries or a quick breakfast or lunch to go in our cozy Café Granada. Located just off the lobby, this intimate space offers house-made delicacies baked fresh daily, crisp salads, grab-and-go sandwiches and a business center equipped with high-speed internet.
Winter Artist Reception
Friday, January 17th, 5-7pm
Treat yourself to a night filled with culture, art and fun— as this year’s talented contributors join us at Cafe Granada! You are invited to mix and mingle with local artists and enjoy complimentary wine, beer and apps.
CURRENTLY FEATURED ARTISTS
Australian-born artist Pete Tillack has always had a deep-rooted connection to the ocean. The tranquil waterscapes he creates evokes such a peaceful mindset in his viewers that his collectors have dubbed him the ”Master of Mood”. Tillack tries to capture the serenity and beauty of nature through his work in the hopes that it might inspire people to better appreciate the environment. ”Being an artist is always a challenge from the creative side all the way to the business side, and it is an adventure like my travels,” Tillack says, “Nothing beats following your dreams.” www.petetillack.com
Sandra Richter – Barn Art
Sandy Richter lives in Visalia, California. Although, not “formally” trained she has be recognized by winning several art competitions and often lectures / teaches painting techniques to the local college.Now retired from the 9 – 5 work place, she enjoys spending time on her farm and painting whatever inspires her. She especially fond of painting animals and landscapes. Sandy is happy to create specific requests of anything that you might want to decorate your life with. 559-967-1618 firstname.lastname@example.org
Gina Balourdas - Lizzy B vintage
Gina has been scouring flea markets & estate sales for as long as she can remember. Her parents collected antique dolls and toys and would often take her out of school to go to an auction or set up a show. The thrill of finding a rare toy or doll carried over to her new love of redesigning found objects into jewelry. Waking up early and briskly walking through flea markets to find old typewriters, chandeliers and old silver ware is exhilarating! Gina’s husband and two children are all part of the jewelry business. From finding buried treasures, to cutting spoons, to hand stamping gift wrap, everyone has a role in her success.lizzybvintage.com
Cindy Taylor has been creating rustic, artsy pieces for over 12 years. Loving the flexibility of being her own silversmith she has learned several ways to create, shape, mold, and manipulate silver into her whimsical, original pieces. Her affordable line is always changing; each piece is a one-of-a-kind. Now living in Tempe, AZ, she is originally from Ramona, CA. She has 2 grown daughters, 3 step daughters, 2 dogs, 3 cats and when she isn’t in her studio creating she is a flight attendant traveling the US.