Check out www.artcontemporarymarin.com for call for a dozen sculptors for a sculpture walk in San Rafael.
Exhibit of free-standing sculptures on the grounds of the Falkirk Cultural Center and San Rafael City Hall and Public Library.
Entry Deadline: April 1
Exhibition Dates: May 27 – September 20, 2016
Entry Fee: $25. Use PayPal (button) OR mail check to Art Contemporary Marin, P.O. Box 1117, Stinson Beach, CA 94970
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Eligibility: *Residents of the Bay Area Counties (Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, and Sonoma Counties) Sculptures must be able to withstand changing weather over time and not be a safety hazard. If selected, Artists will be required to sign a hold harmless agreement.
I have a piece in the Stinson Beach Library’s Small Sculpture Show
. Here is an image of my mixed media sculpture, Dancing Cheek to Cheek.
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for the show.
Also in Stinson Beach
Schehera Van Dyke shows multi-colored glazed ceramic plates at made, a contemporary craft gallery Emmeline Craig’s Blissful Art Gallery features her serene landscape paintings.The Stinson Beach Gallery shows Tem Weldon’s amusing word paintings.
The Marin Center has a new show, Natural Beauty: The Art and Artists of West Marin. The show runs through March 30th.
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with the show details.
And in Palo Alto In conjunction with their exhibition, Bird in the Hand, the Palo Arts Center Foundation at 1313 Newell Road has copies in their book store of my award winning haiku collection, Bird Watch. In the Bay Area Independent Publilshers Newsletter, Lily O’Brien said, “In this first collection of haiku, remarkable for its evocation of the Northern California sand spit and salt water estuary where the writer-artist makes her home, over 150 poems take us through the four seasons on land and sea, in mind and heart.”
I will be reading with Doreen Stock at Folio Books in San Francisco on March 7, from my latest book, MOVING OUT OF THE FRAME, published by Norfolk Press. We are sponsored by Odd Mondays, a series of readings organized by Judy and Ramon Sender.