Exhibit & Shows & other fun things
Dia De Los Muertos Celebration: Oct. 26th 6-8pm.
Come celebrate with us at the new River Studio 116, Dia De Los Muertos. We have a community altar, skull painting, Coco movie, and food. Family night, bring a picture of your love one who has passed, and something they would like you can put on the altar.
First Friday Oct. 6th 1
Sneak Peek on First Friday
First Friday Sept 1 & Oct. 6Th 5-8pm @ Tannery Arts Center/ Studio 116
10 local artists depict "HANDS" - an eclectic photographic exhibit. Oh, the stories hands tell! .
First Saturday - 4/1- Come help us celebrate Crystal and Becca into Studio 116.
" 5 Waman Making Creative Herstories "
First Friday Nov 4th
FIRST FRIDAY Sept. 2ed
Grand Opening Fanne Fernow - encaustic artist extraordinaire.
A storefront Exhibit. Studio #116 at the Tannery Arts Center July1, 5-8pm
Earth Day & Spring Market & First Friday
@ Tannery Arts Centr
The Earth Laughts in Flowers
A flower exhibit
First Friday Jan.7th & Feb. 4th. 2-8pm drop in @ studio #116 Tannery Arts Center
Making Lists- Exhibit and Workshop
Start out the new year with a list. Creative list making.
Big bold plans, tiny little gnawing things i keep forgetting to do, what do I want to grow in my garden, how do I visualize this new year? Do you have to be old to have a bucket list? What do you really love?
The one gift we all receive is time, some get more, like a Redwood tree and some less, like a Mayfly. Time is the tablet upon which we write our stories.
This workshop will help us explore, focus and streach our creativity into this new year.
Open Studios Santa Cruz 2021
Hooray! "Live" Open Studios this year!!! 9 Participating Artists at the Tannery Arts Center.
October 9&19 // 16&17 . Find me in Studio #116, Watershed Arts Studio, in the courtyard.
First Friday "Beach Collection" Sept 3 5-8PM
"Downtown, an exhibit"- First Friday June 4, 2021
Snap shots of downtown Santa Cruz during 2020 & 2021.
Santa Cruz Art League - Back to Art May 7-June 15, 2021
A collaborative exhibit with Daniel Gallegos, Linda exhibits her community series of The Boardwalk, Wharf, and Flea Market, as well as her new large format (6'X4') Redwoods Series along with other plant members of the forest community.
First Friday for Families fundraiser Sept. 4th for those who have lost their homes to the for CZU Lightening Complex Fire FB// IG Take Over- @firstfridaysantacruz
CHANGE- Out of the mud grows the lotus
Change: Out of the Mud Grows the Lotus - 9'X5' I began this piece starting in March 2020, in response to the COVID pandemic, when everything just stopped, and then things changed and changed in unpredictable ways. When I walked into my studio in the mornings, I would see in this mural, the need to change, again and again till at last , within this mural (seen and below the surface), is chaos, hopelessness, birth, gathering, giving, water, mud, crystals, flowers, seeds , dragonflies. 2 weeks before the lightning and fire defined our next change, I added fire to this image and stopped.
multi media- oil pastel, acrylic, chalk, charcoal. On paper fixed. Current Exhibit "In these Uncertain Times" Museum of Art & History, Santa Cruz CA
Chalk Art Tannery Arts Center / Pacific Ave./ First Friday
Chalk collaboration with Fanne Fernow
Paradox Hotel 611 Ocean St March - July
Art League of Santa Cruz - California State Landscape Exhibit. 526 Broadway March & April
First Friday January / February "it's about Time" a Up-cycled CLOCK Exhibit and Workshop . It's About Time.
Join me for a timely exhibit about TIME, using clocks: up-cycled, recycled and landfill clocks, re-faced, and re-purposed to reflect other -worldly ,political and climate ideas, as well as just plain pretty and silly. Create your own time piece in the Re-cycled Clock Workshop 6-8pm @ Tannery Arts Center Studio #116.
Peripheral Vision - Divergent travel photography Nov. 15- Jan.12
Open Studios 2019 Oct 5&6/ 19&20
The Flea Market Show First Friday April 5
The Boardwalk Show
First Friday Sept.7th
Eclectic images of the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk
Summer Art Series - Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History- Aug. 3, First Friday-
Images from the Santa Cruz forests and wetlands - mono prints on wood rounds
San Lorenzo River Levee: the river, plants and it's humans. Multi media images of our river walkway from the plants that soften the edges and grow in the cracks to fleeting images of the people who use the levee to the blue river ribbon that runs under rusty bridge.