The Willits Center for the arts presents Gail Rushmore and Daphne Alexander in Confabulations, a mix of made-up memories.
The team has been waiting two years to present their work at the WCA. Last year’s show was cancelled because of the virus. This year, as we start to see more people coming to the WCA we see more opportunities to begin evening openings by July this year.
Daphne Alexander has been a supporter of the WCA for years, donating to auctions and placing work in group shows. From Redwood Valley, she lives with her husband, Brian, on an art filled world with sculpture, ceramics, and mosaics created by them both. She will be featuring her humorous ceramics of dogs, rams, and demons.
Gail Rushmore from Ukiah will display her portrait paintings of women along with ceramics and sculpture. Gail tells us, “In my best artistic moments, I am unbound by media and my joy is in the creative process, exploring different ways to tell a story. Being multi-faceted, a true Gemini, I am semi scattered yet able to focus. I love the spontaneity of paper and paint, the thought and planning process involved in mixed media assemblage and the challenges of working in clay.”
Opening May 28th 2021 at the Willits Center for the Arts, 71 East Commercial St., (Next to the Noyo Theater). Closing Reception Friday June 18 6-9pm. ** This show is so awesome, we decided to have a closing reception since we are allowed after June 15th to reopen fully.