Sunday, 17 May 2015

Take Peek... Thru Memorial Day

"Art of Letter, Word & Book" offers a rich, diversity of works from intimate artist books to dramatic, large scale installations.  The exhibit celebrates the intersection between language and art.  Open Daily from 10:30-5:00, Arts@OddFellows is on the corner of Kasten & Ukiah Streets in Mendocino.


Adrienne Ardito
Ann Kyle Brown
Ann S. Hedges
Ariela Marshall
Cate Verbecke
Cathleen Micheaels
Corrine Riley
Diane Rubin
Elizabeth Sheets
Ellie Jantzen
Harry Van Ornum
Jacquelyn & Chris Cisper
Janet Self
Jonathan Palmer
Judy Detrick
Karen Bowers
Kate Dougherty
Kathy Silva
Kerry Marshall
Larry Thomas
Laura Pope
Linda Turner
Lisa Orselli
Luz Marina Ruiz

Mary Ellen Campbell
Margaret Holub
Mickie McCormic
Mimi Arnold
Mimi Rule
Miriam Davis
Nancy Chinn
North Coast Gardening Girls
Paul Reiber
Peggy Dart
Peter Gealey
Rebecca Johnson
Sonya Popow
Valerie Frey
Wendell Rickon

North Redwood Book Arts Guild
Mendocino Coast Writer’s Conference
“Emmy Lou Packard”   by Kelley House Museum, Carolyn Zeitler
The Ford House, Jenny Heckeroth
AVID Class of Fort Bragg Middle
Students from Lighthouse & Noyo Schools in Ft Bragg
Students from Anderson Valley Elementary School and Arena Union Elementary School

Thursday, 7 May 2015

OPEN WIDE ... Art of Letter, Word & Book

Doors open... and people come.  

Work by over 40 artists ranging from small, hand made books to large scale installation delight visitors from near and far in this lively celebration of language and art..  

Walk into the ribbons of the Thousand Prayers Project by Larry Thomas. 

Enjoy the extraordinary artist journals and books crafted by a variety of local artists, explore beautiful books by students from Arena Union and Anderson Valley Elementary, add a card of hope to the Dream tree, choose a Dharma Bead, write home to your mother...

Much to see... Much to explore.

Opening Party for this special exhibit is Saturday May 9th from 5-8; drop by at 4 and hear talks from several key artists Larry Thomas, Jonathan Palmer and Luz Marina Ruiz about their special work.

Art@OddFellows is an on-going Flockworks project, fostering creative community.