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|Apr 06, 2019-|
Apr 06, 2019
05:30PM - 07:30PM
|Kim Ford Kitz: Into the West|
Seager Gray Gallery: Into the West by Kim Ford Kitz, Paintings. April 2 - April 30 108 Throckmorton, Mill Valley, CA. Reception: Saturday, April 6.
Seager Gray Gallery, 108 Throckmorton Avenue, Mill
April 2 - 30, 11am to 5pm; Opening artist reception April 6, 5:30-7:30pm
Seager Gray Gallery presents Into the West, an exhibition of paintings by gallery artist Kim Ford Kitz. The exhibition runs from April 2 - April 30, 2019 at 108 Throckmorton Avenue in Mill Valley, CA. A reception for the artist will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 on Saturday, April 6. A full color catalog of the exhibition is available through the gallery.
In her first solo show, California, at the Seager Gray Gallery in 2016, Kim Ford Kitz emerged as an artist with a fresh new way of seeing the Golden State, from its agricultural valleys, wine country hills and Southern California beaches to its redwood forests and the steep streets of San Francisco. Three years later, Kitz has moved to Inverness at the western edge of the continent and her exhibition Into the West closes the lens geographically to zoom in on the area along the coast from the glory of the city to the natural beauty of West Marin - Point Reyes, Inverness and the Tomales Bay.
Presented by Seager Gray Gallery.
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