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Mimi Seton

Mimi Setten Royal Blue and Orange Surprise web

 Royal Blue & Orange Surprise,  Mimi Seton 2022, photographic metal print, 24" x 24".

July–August 2022

Thursday–Saturday, 1–8pm: public hours

I am fascinated by the repeated patterns in nature, the observable correspondences between the human being and all other expressions of life, from fish to flowers.  These patterns assure me of our unity with all other things -- the indelible truth that we humans are not just connected to but actually a part of each other and the world around us, birthed by the same powers of our mother: Earth. This “divine unity” and the sacred geometry that is a fundament of its language, is recognized by scientists and mystics, mathematicians and artists. To feel it and know it is pure joy!

Marie Krajan Paintings

 KrajanMarie BreakShot

Break Shot, Marie Krajan, acrylic on canvas, 18" x 24". 

Krajan Marie Northern Lights Northern Lights,  Marie Krajan, acrylic on canvas, 18" x 24".

April 1–May 21, 2022:  exhibition dates

Thursday–Saturday, 1–8pm: public hours

Friday April 8, 5–8pm: opening reception and Art Walk

Friday May 13, 5–8pm:  reception and Art Walk

I moved to California where I’m endlessly inspired by the sun, landscape and lively art scene. Recently, I’ve embarked on a new path of greater creative freedom through abstract expression. I’ve participated in numerous exhibitions in New York and now in California, centered in Marin County. 


In 2019, I created the Deep Secrets Series, celebrating coral reef habitats. With their seemingly infinite array of shapes and colors, teeming with life, the beauty and diversity of the coral reefs provided me with the freedom to experiment with abstract graphic elements and a strong color palette.


In 2020, I was working on a series of paintings originally inspired by the Northern Lights, nature’s light show, and a beautiful display of colors and shapes. These paintings represent an important step towards abstract expressionism. I hope the viewers are excited by the selection of colors and drawn in by the free-flowing shapes and overall harmony.


In 2021, I began work on a series using geometric shapes and water-based acrylic sprays, with various shapes cut out of paper. Going back to basics! As a designer, I enjoy composing the image shape by shape, adding one color at a time without feeling the need for a clear vision of the final result. It’s great fun!


John Turner River To Tombouctou
 River To Tombouctou © 2018 John Turner, acrylic on photographic print, 4" x 6".

Painting Photography 

John Turner
paint/marker on photographs

August 9-September 7, 2019
Receptions: August 9 • 5–8pm

My interest in photography and art ranges from 20th Century American Folk Art, to the emerging field of outsider photography. Over years of travel, I've taken thousands of photographs and collected hundreds of souvenir postcards. One time, on a visit to Mexico, I came across a hand-tinted colored postcard, which was sentimental in message and visually, somewhat surreal. Using this as an inspiration and coupled with my interests, I began painting on some of my favorite images. What I enjoy about this process is that it gives me a second bite at the apple, rearranging and enhancing the reality captured by our cameras, often resulting in a new emotional tone.

Anne Sheehan
© Anne Shaheen 

Anne Shaheen

May 2–June 8, 2019
Reception: May 10 • 5–8pm

I’m a ReUse artist who’s always been drawn to items that are old, worn, rusted or broken, just waiting to be part of a story that will be interpreted only by the curious observer. I like to mix things up & allow the materials to lead the way. For me, it’s all about celebrating the natural patina that comes with age, and the beauty in imperfection.