Serenity Show

September 18, 2022  •  Leave a Comment

 Hey Everyone!

It has been years since I've posted her on my blog! So much has happened but I am just going to focus on a couple of things right now.

First, I am working on a new website that I am hoping to publish in a month. It will be on a different platform and have a totally new look and feel.

Second thing and the main reason for this post is that I am exhibiting 17 in the new Serenity Show, "I am Calm" at UCSF Women's Health Center in San Francisco. The show runs from September 19, 2022 through January 13, 2023. My work is on the 6th floor and there are 17 pieces. I am featuring some of my landscapes as well as my new series, "Kaleidoscope". Let me give you some background on Serenity.

Now in its 15th year, “Serenity” continues to provide opportunities to local artists working in all mediums – with a focus on positive, healing, and uplifting artwork. Since 2007 more than 180 Bay Area artists have participated in this show.

The exhibit changes three times a year and is displayed on the five floors of the Women’s Health Center: 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7. Each of the selected artists show a body of work related to the exhibition themes on their respective floors.  

As of 2022, the San Francisco Women Artists Gallery (SFWA) has become the Art Coordinator for the UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women’s Health.  They are managing and curating the “Serenity” series of exhibitions, selecting works by SFWA Member Artists throughout the Bay Area. SFWA’s artists are creating and exhibiting work that will enhance the healing environment of the Women’s Health Center, engaging and uplifting visitors and staff.

With the understanding that wellness is a holistic ideal, we embrace the transformative power of art as a core belief of SFWA. Art inspires, produces profound insights, and can serve as a healing force.

Below are some images from the installation yesterday. I would love to hear what you think so please feel free to leave comments.

 


 

 

 

 


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