Monday, May 04, 2015

Wilderness Mind: Activating Wonder Opening

 I managed to arrive at the Modest Fly Gallery in time to get a photo before the room filled up, not a difficult maneuver since I live just over a mile away.

Let the conversations begin; from left to right, artists Ann Isolde, Carolyn Applegate, Merion Melchiorre, and Sandra Mueller.

 Congressional staffer Teresa Lamb from Adam Schiff's office spoke about being delighted to see galleries and art exhibitions in the Foothills.


Curator Marie Cenkner told her vision for the exhibition.

 Carolyn Applegate, Amy Bauer, J. Cheryl Bookout, Marie Cenkner, Danielle Eubank, Ann Isolde, Katherine Kean, J.J. L’Heureux, Nancy Lissaman, Meg Madison, Marion Melchiorre, Sandra Mueller, Annemarie Rawlinson, Seda Saar, Louise Wannier, and France White at the Modest Fly Gallery

Looking west at the Foothill corridor; the San Gabriel Mountains are north of Tujunga and the Verdugo Mountains to the south, as the sun goes down.

Wilderness Mind; Activating Wonder will be up for two weeks. The conversation continues at the closing on Sunday, May 17, from 2 - 4PM, with Suvan Geer and local activists.


Kathryn Hansen said...

Looks like a good opening show!! Hope it went well!! I look forward to the closing talk!!

Katherine Kean said...

Thanks Kathryn! It'll be nice to see you.

Jean Spitzer said...

Looks like a lovely event. Wish I could visit the show in person, but happy to see pics.

Katherine Kean said...

Thanks Jean, it was fun.

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