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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Aug 11, 2018-
Sep 23, 2018
04:00PM - 07:00PM
Kindred III Art Exhibit
Alchemia Gallery & Studios present Kindred Art Exhibit - a celebration of the sacred bond between humans and animals.
Marin,
Event Description
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Alchemia Gallery & Studios presents Kindred III curated by Linda Fisher.

 

In the spirit of love and friendship, our true connections so often roost in the relationships we build with the animal world. Kindred explores the many facets of pet culture by illuminating the chosen companions, both real and imagined, of Alchemia artists. These artistic expressions on canvas, clay & paper touch on the deeper feelings of love, loyalty and belonging that impact our kinship with the animal realm.

This  beloved animal show highlights the collected works of  four well known  Alchemia artists  Nam Sun Sin, Tim Shorten, James Dushkin, & Michael Cheney. These works are supported by smaller collections of work from over 25 Alchemia artists from all three of our satellite studios.

In addition to the Art show, select artists will be taking commissions to make fine art portraits of your treasured pets. Samples of pet portraits will be made available, and prices will be determined by the size and medium of the work.

Don’t miss this opportunity to immortalize your kindred spirit!

Opening Reception Saturday August 11 2018   4-7 pm. 

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Alchemia Gallery & Studios     Email: gallery@alchemia.org
Phone: 7077753794


 

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