Tuesday, 11/10/2015; 7:15 AM. de Young Musuem for Jewel
City: Art from San Francisco’s Panama-Pacific International
Exposition and lunch at the Presidio Golf Course Restaurant.
Cost is $75. Call Libby Figeroid on 916-961-7997 to
confirm ticket availability.
Marguerite Wildenhain was a Bauhaus-trained master potter who
fled Nazi Germany, settling in Guerneville, CA, in 1949.
For the next 36 years, she practiced her craft, gave
workshops and lectured world-wide on her art. Ms
Wildenhain’s works in clay are in museum collections throughout
the world and her studio and home are now part of Armstrong
Redwoods Natural Reserve. Christopher Corey, archaeologist
with California State Parks will share her story.
Ms. Fonda will briefly discuss her education and background to
put her art work in context. She will share information
about her studio practice and how she sees her role in our
creative community. Included will be glimpses of what is
currently happening in her studio and the projects on her
Practicing and teaching as a fine artist and photographer for
more than 20 years, Kurt Fishback began making environmental
portraits of fellow artists in their personal space, recently
focusing on women artists in order to bring his archive into