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 horizon.
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 gender parity.
Roland Petersen (1926–) is a Bay Area painter whose paintings from the 1950s and ’60s are masterful syntheses of gestural abstract expressionism, painterly realism, and advanced color theory. His work integrates still life, figures, and landscape into complex, architectonic compositions that are beautiful and enigmatic, but still retain a strong sense of place, in this case the fields and farms of California’s Central Valley.