ENVIRONMENTAL ART SHOWS
Wilderness Way Wilderness Way is curating an ongoing series of environmental
art by Valley artists at the Carol Rayley Gallery in the San Geronimo
Library in cooperation with the San Geronimo Valley Community Center. Local
artists are invited to check out this small, cozy space and, if interested
in exhibiting, leave
a message at 488-9034.
SAN GERONIMO LIBRARY
Carol Rayley Gallery
March April 2009
Laurence Brauer and Barbara Swift Brauer
“By bringing together our individual media photography for one, poetry for the other within a single frame, we express our common love for wildness. Sight and sound only two of the countless ways of interpreting the redemptive power of the natural world.”
Laurence & Barbara
Above San Geronimo
December dawn over Loma Alta and Blueberry Ridge
reaches west to where we stand expectant of grace
above the dark meadows simmering in shifting mist,
the watershed and salmon-simple streams.
First birdsong answers the emptying sky,
the air thins and warms. Names return
to winding streets as the fog lifts
over the town and the emboldened sun
flares in wild branches
spreading tall shadows at our feet.
Yes, we whisper to the morning. Yes.
Barbara Swift Brauer
For info: wordsworthofmarin.com
From the Fire Road To Mt. Barnabe
August September 2008
Michael has discovered the painterly and jewel-like possibilities of digital
photography that reflect his connection to the environment.
June July 2008
Decorative Metal Work
Varied experiences in nature were a major part of Griffe’s early education
in England in North Wales and became a major influence in his art work and
Fred L. Berensmeier - Hawks Guarding Celestial Necklace
April May 2008
FRED L. BERENSMEIER
Drawings & Prints
Fred ‘s (Lee’s) drawings and prints are inspired by almost a half century
of living on Mt. Barnabe. Salmon, hawks and ravens figure prominently in
February March 2008
“Whenever I can, I try to make a photo look like a painting. I believe art
is everywhere, especially in nature. I have strong feelings for the
environment, animals and plants.”
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Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.