"Play It Again, Sam" a juried exhibition of collage, assemblage and recycled art is now at The Sebastopol Center for the Arts In August. The exhibition includes my artwork entitled "Muse," which honors my inspirational Muses--art and music. The box is an old silverware box I found in a thrift store. Sticks and stones--made of paper mache--and found objects nestle cozily in a bed of raffia.
Coordinator Rebeca Treviño summed up “Play It Again, Sam” and the “art” of recycling: "What makes this show so fabulous is the fact that all the artists in the show work with ‘found objects’, working with items that have been discarded, or that the artist intentionally repurposes- items that have been thrown away or are no longer considered useful…and take these items to create things of beauty. Sharon Spain, curator for Recology, San Francisco’s Artist in Residence Program, served as the Juror for the show.
"Play It Again, Sam" runs from July 31st through August 30th at the SCA Galletta Gallery, located at 282 S. High street, Sebastipol, CA 95472. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday from 10am-4pm, and Saturdays from 1pm-4pm. Admission is free to the public.