"EVACUATION" - a photo taken from our car early in the morning as we passed through the countryside near Petaluma along with over 150,000 others who evacuated during the Kencade fire in late October. We were away for four days. I am still hearing other people's stories, and can see the effect that it made on our community. We are sensitive, and we are survivors.
The artwork for my current exhibit, "Atmospheric & Over the Edge", was moved a number of times due to the interruption of the possible danger from the fire and the evacuations. I installed the show at Fulton Crossing the morning after we returned from the evacuation, and felt a dazed out, Herculean effort that I pulled off with some sort of nonchalance, as we all did during that time.
The exhibit will remain in the featured artist gallery through December 29 at Fulton Crossing. We still have our 3rd Friday Open Studio the evening of December 20th as well. I invite you to join me there!!
10/20/2022 06:52:39 am
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Luminous Color Explorations
My name is Jill Keller Peters, and I am passionate about using color as a language to