The Harmony art show embodies what has given each artist a sense of harmony during a year-plus of isolation and discord. For some, it was listening to music and or observing nature. Others took up cooking or stayed connected with friends in socially distanced manners. The art in the show reflects each artist's representation of what Harmony means to them, spanning from realism pieces to abstract works. In total, there are 70 paintings in the exhibit – half from Cedars artists and half from other Bay Area artists.
Pieces for the Harmony show were judged and selected by two prestigious, known Bay Area artists: Phyllis Thelen, an award-winning experimental artist and founder of Art Works Downtown in San Rafael; and Kay Carlson, a plein air artist and co-founder of Marin Open Studios.
Each piece of the exhibit will be for sale, with 50% of the sale proceeds going directly to the artist who created the piece.
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