MLAA currently has three venues in Sonora where members who are not already members of the Aloft may exhibit their work free of charge. Want information? Contact Maureen Carden at 510 388 3516 or email@example.com
Adventist Health Sonora Anticoagulation Unit
19747 Greenley Rd. Sonora, CA 95370
This is a more intimate, yet appealing and uncluttered space in a the waiting area of a medical office. There is room for 6 or 8 medium or small sized canvasses.
Currently in the Anticoagulation Unit: Bill David. After retiring from a career that ranged from ranch hand to bartending to pastoral ministry and college professor, Bill has time to pursue his love for the arts. He creates much of his work by cutting up paper, magazines and books to create collages to which he often adds ink, pencil and/or paint. Some are then printed on canvas, at times enlarged, and again have ink, pencil or paint added, truly making his work mixed media.
105 S. Washington St. Sonora, CA 95370
For more information about the Aloft, go to the gallery website: www.aloftartgallery.com
A display panel at the Aloft is reserved for MLAA members who are not already members of the Gallery.. Changeout is on the same schedule as the Aloft. This is a prime location! Your will art will be on display in a great gallery setting with other beautiful works.
Marilyn Zimmer is the MLAA Guest Artist at the Aloft Gallery for the January 18-April 18 quarter. Marilyn says, "Becoming and being an avid re-cycler and re-purposer brought me to the mixed media world of art." She believes that nature is the ultimate teacher, even though she rarely does representational works. "For example, she has taught me complements of color in an astonishing way and stops me in my tracks every time". Marilyn earned a Bachelor's Degree in LIberal Arts and a Master's in Arts and Consciousness at John F Kennedy University with post master's work in Art Therapy at the University of California, Berkeley. Marilyn has served as the art director for a Boys and Girls Club in San Francisco, taught art for women at a half way house in Oakland, and worked with art students for a charter school in Modesto.