Left Of Center Gallery 

     Featuring Randy Blahna paintings

       and Patty Haeussler Glass work.


About Us

Located in the Village Of The Arts, the largest artist colony on the west coast of Florida in Bradenton.  Left Of Center Gallery, the oldest continually open gallery, is celebrating its 16th year in the Village.  Resident artist Randy Blahna is a contemporary, multi media painter using unique canvas sizes and forms.  Currently Left Of Center represents 3 glass artists utilizing different methods.  Patty Haeussler works in stained and slumped glass, Michael Hatch is a glass blower and the crew at Bottle Benders make chimes from recycled glass bottles. 

The gallery is located at 1013 11th Ave. W. in Bradenton, Florida, or call us at 941-518-3687.  Hours are Fridays and Saturdays from 11a.m. to 4p.m.  and during season we add Thursdays from 11a.m. to 4p.m.  Each month on the first full weekend there is an Art Walk where galleries are open Friday night from 6p.m.-9:30p.m. and Saturday from 11a.m. to 4p.m.

About the Artist

Artist Randy Blahna specializes in contemporary paintings using oils, acrylics and mixed media.  He utilizes vibrant colors coupled with unique designs to create his paintings.  It's not unusual to see his work on different shapes of canvas including tryptych style.  A long time resident in the Village Of The Arts, Randy is formerly from Minnesota with a stop in Michigan where he studied art in Detroit.  His works may be seen at Left Of Center Gallery.

The unique technique of Patty Heaussler's work shows off in her slumped glass coral bowl and leaf plaque,

Michael Hatch's blown glass vase is a stunning example of his artistry in with glass.

Our chimes are recycled glass bottles made in the mountains of North Georgia.