At Fibonacci tonight talking about her writing journey.
from Ellen’s website: “In her most powerful novel to date, New York Times bestselling author Ellen Marie Wiseman masterfully viscerally evokes the real-life Willowbrook State School, the infamous Staten Island, New York, mental institution that shocked a nation when exposed in the 1970s as a dumping ground for unwanted children. Girl, Interrupted meets Shutter Island in this gripping narrative of social injustice, survival, and a young woman determined to find her sister.“
At Fibonacci Tonight / 5-7 PM / Light Refreshments
Please join us at the Gallery for this event on Tuesday, September 13, 5-7 PM. Ellen will be reading from, and taking about, her new book. Books will be available for purchase.
Show opening August 25
5:00 -7:00 PM
Fun! Food! Music by Bella Finney!
We’re at it again! Every so often we challenge ourselves to create a visual interpretation of a theme/idea/quote.
The opening for Social Conscience is Saturday, July 23, 5:00 – 7:00 PM so, save the date. This is going to be an interesting one!
Photo from http://social-art-award.org/faq.
from her website, Turn of the Centuries: “Explorative, Cartographic, Earth-bound: My work interprets the emotional power of Place in peoples’ lives through familiar color and evocative form, using watercolor, ink and collage. Maps, Mountains/Landscapes and Sketches/Studies offer a visual memory of Place at three scales: aerial, distant yet omnipresent, and intimate/inhabited.”
“When market gardener Dani Baker attended a permaculture workshop at her local Cooperative Extension office in upstate New York, she was inspired by its message of working with nature to create a thriving edible garden ecosystem. She immediately launched a new experiment she dubbed the “Enchanted Edible Forest.” In The Home-Scale Forest Garden, Baker shares what she learned as she became a forest gardener, providing a practical, in-depth guide to creating a beautiful, bountiful edible landscape at any scale―from a few dozen square feet to an acre or more.” (Amazon.com)
Saturday, May 28 at the Gallery! 11-5