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If you’re nearby, please do stop in! Map. If far, please enjoy a virtual visit by clicking links below. I’ll be delighted to see you or hear from you!
Journey with me through landscape and still life in oil and watercolor. . . enter the inner worlds of Dream Vessels Collages.
The upstairs studio is featuring skies and waterways,
downstairs is a gallery of fields and flowers.
Hats and a Murder of Crows may appear in surprising locations.
Originals grande and petite, prints, and cards. Many new small works and an opportunity to discover “specials” in all sizes. (I’m reducing studio inventory in preparation for a move. . . details yet to be revealed. . .)
You may also view paintings year round, by appointment,
at the studio, in your home or office, and at
ART Trails Gallery at Corrick’s 637 4th Street, Santa Rosa
Follow my new blog Marsha Connell Studio, where you can also register for our November watercolor workshop at Pepperwood Preserve.
My paintings are in these current Sonoma County ART Trails exhibitions:
Sebastopol Center for the Arts (our new program sponsor), Corrick’s, Fulton Xrossing Gallery, Cloverdale Arts Alliance, Icehouse Gallery Petaluma.
The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life.
Dream Vessels collage created for Take Five project of the 2014 Sonoma County Jewish Film Festival.
On exhibit at Corrick’s in October and at the Rialto Theater, Sebastopol, Tuesday, October 14, during the two screenings of award-winning film, The Lady in Number 6.
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