Opening Saturday, November 18, 6-9PM
Showing through December 18, 2017
Invisible Places: new work by Kelly Ording
Invisible Places explores two artistic directions that Kelly Ording has pursued in her body of work. First is her signature line work, which she evolves with the use of brighter hues as well as color washes over coffee-dyed paper. Ording's other series focuses on abstract landscapes, which render dreamy ethereal places that may not reall exist. With these latest pieces, she explores weather and movement.
Wildflower Child: new work by Ursula Xanthe Young
Wildflower Child is an homage to both the Victorian fairy illustrations that Ursula Young grew up with in England and the free-spirited love vibrations that were prevalent 50 years ago during San Francisco's Summer Of Love. She provides a modern-day interpretation of the whimsical drawings against a Northern California background with an emphasis on the indigenous wildflowers abundant after the wettest winter in recent history.