My work is in the West Marin Review, volume 7, an award winning publication that took first place in Literary Journals/Periodicals in the 2015 New York Book Show. Please join us to celebrate its publication on Sunday, October 30th, 3 -5 pm at Point Reyes Community Presbyterian Church. It can be purchased online at www.westmarinreview.org or at Pt. Reyes Books.
I was touched by all of you who came to celebrate the opening of Cuttings. A festive evening and many thank yous are in order. Special thanks to Lin Max for her support, many hours of help with the installation and opening festivities. Also thank yous to Eric for his assistance with lighting, Hope, Deborah, Sean, Sally, Laurie, Steph, Satri and Rich for their help with and at the reception. And finally to Charlie and Kevin, proprietors of RiskPress, for offering an alternative gallery space to artists in this county. We are fortunate for their patronage and generosity.
The work is up. Some have sold and still many days left for viewing, walks and talk. Here are a few glimpses of what you will see.
You can learn more about this exhibit on Satri Pencak's blog at www.satripecak.com/
And finally come to the first walk this Sunday, Oct 13th at 1:00. Note the prompt for this walk: walking like reading like constructing If you can't come to this walk, there will be others on Sundays, Oct 20th and 27th.
RiskPress Gallery is located on 7345 Healdsburg Avenue Sebastopol, CA 95472. Gallery Hours: Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun. 11-6 & by appointment 707 494-8534
In Material: E-Book
The last few shows that I have posted have come about due to work that I created for the In Material exhibit at Quicksilver Mine Co in Forestville, California last year. The exhibit featured my work and the work of two other artists, Susan Field and Elizabeth Sher. We explored materiality through various materials and mediums including stones, book remnants, digital technology and algae. The e-book documents the exhibit. Take a look.
You can also find a review of this exhibit on the blog of Satri Pencak, an independent curator in Sonoma County.
In Material blurb book