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To celebrate Marin Open Studios 25th Anniversary, we invited arts advocate, Renee Baldocchi to curate an online exhibition showcasing the diverse and striking talent in Marin.
Selected Artists will be represented with both a 2018 online exhibition and a Pop up exhibition at Bon Air Center, Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Greenbrae.
Please visit #286 & 302, April 9, running through June.
Renee has a unique perspective as a longtime arts advocate and founder of the San Francisco Fine Arts Museum’s innovative Public Programs Department. She selected work that inspired her as she went through her day, an eclectic mixture of media, style, location, and background.
It is with deep respect for Renee’s commitment to the local Bay Area art scene along with her intuitive experienced eye that we chose her for this responsibility.
An unforgettable dreamscape that fills me with a sense of awe of the ancient world. Abigail's work evokes joy, wonder, playfulness, and fantasy.
Alice's unique large scale human/animal sculptures are intriguing and mysterious. I appreciate her unusual hand and how she shapes the clay.
Barry's layering upon layered technique creates complex, colorful, rich, long-lasting imagery that slightly confuse and deeply attract me.
The mysterious landscapes that Doug creates with his original palette and unique brushstrokes create a wondrous perspective.
Emily's sculptures created with reused plastic household products are beautiful objects of art juxtaposed with the knowledge of how plastics are strangling the earth.
Giuseppe's whimsical bronzes make me smile, an unusual response to bronze sculptures.
Jill's portraits shine with personality giving the viewer an immediate insider's perspective of the subject.
Jon paints sublime imagery of travel and motion which is especially noteworthy in his work “Racing the Storm.”
Julia's immersive and intricate etchings and aquatints are delicate ecosystems that she has created for the viewer to explore and communicate with.
Lauren's community driven collaborative mapping art contains strong aesthetics and impactful learning.
Lela's use of materials, especially the gold leaf, create gorgeous bouquets of herbs and florals that you can almost touch and smell upon sight.
Ning's use of the black line in her woodblock prints create enticing vintage aesthetics.
Patricia's process of combining photography with painting unveils curious results which plays with one's imagination.
Terry's landscapes evoke a deep sense of wonder and his responses to the earthly elements are captured in vivid style.
Vicki's meticulous silver-work and use of gems and stones is glamorous, artful, imaginative, and accessible. Magnificent.
Coming in Fall:
Marin Community Foundation Group Exhibition
MOS XXV Twenty 5
October 3-February 1, 2019, hours 8-5pm Mon-Fri
Curated by Micah Le Brun
5 Hamilton Landing Suite 200,
Novato, CA 94949