Iguana Galleries features intriguing, large abstract wall sculptures made from recycled wood models that can turn a home or business into a walk-in art experience. These colorful wood assemblages are unique and thought provoking, and are simple to hang.
In addition, Iguana Galleries features one-of-a-kind ceramic sculptures that can grace a shelf, a niche, or pedestal. Far more than just decorative, they will make you chuckle, ponder, or celebrate life.
I first opened Iguana Galleries in Westchester County in New York in 1989, and moved it to Los Gatos, California, in 1991. Later, I operated a second location on Pacific Avenue in San Francisco until it became clear that I could not run two galleries and still have time to create new sculpture. Since that time I have used my home and studio in Los Gatos as Iguana Galleries.
Iguana Galleries is celebrating 31 years of bringing you original fine art at affordable prices. Throughout those years I featured my sculpture in addition to the work of several contemporary California artists, including Hugo Lecaros, Linda Fullmer, Martha Zappe, and Anna Caterina Pildner. Iguana Galleries has been called a "treasure" trove of fine art" and "the best gallery in the Bay Area." Currently I am showing my abstract wall art and ceramic sculpture. Iguana Galleries is open by appointment at your convenience. Please call any time you would like to visit the gallery. If you are interested in receiving an invitation to my shows, please send your e-mail or post office address. Feel free to contact me with any questions or comments.
Janet Fullmer Bajorek, Artist and Owner
About the Artist
Janet Fullmer Bajorek did undergraduate studies in sociology at the University of Redlands, California, then transferred to the University of the Americas in Mexico City, where she received a Bachelor of Arts Degree, Magna Cum Laude, in Latin American Sociology, History, and Art Studies in 1962. She has studied painting, sculpture, and ceramics in Los Angeles and New York, and has exhibited on both coasts and in Minnesota.
She now lives and sculpts in Los Gatos in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she is owner and director of Iguana Galleries and Tekart California. She is an exhibiting member of the Association of Clay and Glass Artists of California.