abstract flowers, landscapes, and portraits of friends and
family. In 2003, she received an Award of Excellence from
the Art Guild of Pacifica.
draws inspiration from ancient textiles, especially Persian
kilims and Turkish rugs. She works primarily in a clay
monotype process in which the paint is applied to the
surface of an unfired leather-hard stoneware plate and then
lifted by hand onto an archival spun-fiber matrix.
explores everyday connections to the sacred
through art and writing. Using found objects and color, she
creates altars and boxes that reflect universal
spirituality. Susan’s work draws from
several influences including a childhood spent among the
vivid colors of Mexico, a Buddhist philosophy, a love of
words, and a freedom that comes to a woman in the afternoon
of her life.
Blough produces work that studies
natural forms. Her work is often whimsical, with a darker
humor beneath the surface.
Dybeck combines monotype and
collographic printmaking with mixed media. She uses handmade
paper, transparencies, and cyanotypes, along with textiles,
wire, and thread. Kathy was an artist
at the Bioregional Residency at U.C. Davis where she made
over 100 monotypes of plants from Cobb Mountain in Lake
County, many on paper made from regional plants.
background is in language, literature, and
psychology. She uses color both symbolically and
emotionally, often painting from dreams.
Gallery hours are 1:00pm to
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