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Image by Pamela Blotner,The Vanishing, Point Reyes Owl.
New Art News
The exhibition Connections, that I organized for Art Contemporary Marin opens next week with a preview program on KWMR Community Radio, March 12, 5-5:30 P.M. and public receptions at the Red Barn Gallery on Bear Valley Road in the Point Reyes National Seashore on March 13 and March 15 from 12 to 4 P.M. After March 15 the exhibition will be open by appointment only through June 30. 415./464-5125 or email@example.com.
The purpose of the exhibition is to encourage viewers to care for the habitats of all the living creatures who share the planet with us. Beautiful art in paintings, photographs, mixed media and artist’s books honor the birds, animals, plants, insects and sea life of coastal Marin. The noted environmental artists, members of WEAD (Women’s Environmental Artists Directory) are Pamela Blotner, Hagit Cohen, Mary Mountcastle Eubank, Deborah Kennedy, Marie-Luise Klotz, Jacqueline Mallegni, Zea Morvitz, Renee Owen, Judith Selby, Virginia Stearns and Patti Trimble. The exhibition is in conjunction with the Geography of Hope Literary Conference, Women and the Land, sponsored by Point Reyes Books, March 13-15.
Robby Abrams and Diana Claghorn have purchased the Albany Arts Gallery on Solano Avenue. They are remodeling and opening as the Abrams-Claghorn Gallery scheduled for April 11 from 3–8pm. My paintings and objects will be included in their preview show of artist who will be having solo shows in the future at their gallery of fine arts and crafts. I will send details and images when we know for sure the date and time of the opening.
Some of my box assemblage are included in an exhibition opening on Sunday, March 22 from 2-4 P.M. at Sometimes Books Gallery, at the Eubank Studio in Point Reyes Station. The gallery shows artist’s books and book related art. Below is my assemblage, Life Story.
San Francisco Peace and Hope, an online journal founded in 2001 after 9/11 by artist and editor/publisher, Elizabeth Hack, has just come out with a first printed anthology. It is a journal of poetry and art and includes my poem “Ashes to Art” that I wrote in 2014 after the gallery fire of 2013. The book is available from the publisher, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Haiku Society of America included one of my haiku in their 2014 Members’ Anthology:
in this spring rain
Claudia Chapline Gallery
Meanwhile, my gallery is showing selections from my collection of Northern California artists, my motion drawings and sculptures in the garden entrance to the gallery.
3445 Shoreline Highway, Stinson Beach, CA 94970
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