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Julia Bristow Jewelry – Artist #70 from Oakhurst, California, will be featuring “wearable art” jewelry that has been seen in Elle, Cosmopolitan, and Fashion Magazines. Her entire collection in addition to a special, limited edition fruit exhibit “Sierra Berries” will be exhibited and available for purchase or special order. The Sierra Berries pieces have been made with hand-blown glass fruit by Russian lampwork glass artisan Anastasiya Krylova. Pictures of these will be forthcoming…
Gay Abarbanell – Artist #71 from North Fork, California, featuring photography. “Images flow in and through me and my camera as well as my pen, in a spirit dance which I strive to share in my photography and poetry.The beauty and mystery of the unique and the mundane beckon to be expressed in unusual, creative and even abstract forms. I incorporate line, color, shape and imagination to create exciting images! Come share the MAGIC!”
Ron D. Young – Artist #72 from Fish Camp, California. “His quest to capture the essence of Half Dome with his camera, in all its moods and seasons, has led him on countless backcountry hikes, backpacking trips, cross country ski trips and 22 ascents to the top of Half Dome. Ron brings his design talent, an artistic appreciation for the use of sunlight, shade and shadow, color and texture, and an architect’s sense of space which he brings to his photographic avocation. His collection of Half Dome images speak for themselves, they draw the viewer to this special place, into the experience, and to the spirit of Yosemite.” Gorgeous huge prints will be on display some measuring up to eight feet in length:
Some of this work can be seen now at a preview exhibit going on at the Stellar Art Gallery.
Hope to see you there!