Louise (Gottfried) Alonzo
- A contemporary artist focusing on narrative, figurative, and scenic artwork using a variety of painting and drawing media, who has been painting by the Monterey Bay in Santa Cruz County and the Pajaro Valley for over 35 years.
- Visual arts teacher, Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) Department Chair at St. Francis High School, Salesian College Preparatory from 2004 to present.
Master of Arts in Teaching, California Single Subject Teaching Credential in Art from Chapman University.
Bachelor of Fine Arts degree specializing in painting and drawing from San Jose State University.
Associate in Arts degree from Cabrillo College.
- An Open Studio's artist for over 14 years from 1999 to the present, her work is exhibited in numerous locations throughout the Monterey Bay region and in private collections throughout the United States.
- Commissions and public art:
Santa Cruz County Fair Poster 2003-04
Watsonville Strawberry Festival 2008-11
City of Watsonville Library Logo and commissioned artwork/mural on permanent display
Pajaro Valley Health Trust, Evening of Wine and Roses 2014
- Juried exhibits:
El Rio, Images of the River, Museum of Art and History, Santa Cruz
Images of California Agriculture, National Steinbeck Center, Salinas
Biennial Exhibits, Monterey Museum of Art, Monterey
Mi Casa es Tu Casa, numerous group shows, Pajaro Valley Arts, Watsonville
National Landscape Exhibits, Santa Cruz Art League, Santa Cruz
Images of La Virgen, Galleria Tonantzin, San Juan Bautista