When: Wednesdays-Saturdays, 12-6 p.m. Continues through Sept. 7 2015
In “Women in Myth and Fairytale”, Chamisa explores the role of the female characters, from goddesses to little girls. The stories concern human desire, love, jealousy, vengeance, and longing. They deal with the reactions and consequences of feelings, never lingering for too long on self-expression. Consequently they elevate emotions and separate them from their human counterparts, creating archetypes that could never really exist. Chamisa Kellogg is an artist, illustrator, and designer. A graduate of Summerfield Waldorf School and Rhode Island School of Design, she lives in San Francisco, and works as a children’s art teacher and freelance illustrator and designer.
Price: Free Must be 21+ years of age