Diana Douglas uses her oil paints to tell a story through her spiritual ideals. Her current work focuses on images of spiritual empowerment, and they will be at Fort Bragg’s Edgewater Gallery through January.
Her show will open on First Friday, January 6, from 5-8 p.m., at the gallery, 356 N. Main St. near the Laurel Street intersection. Light refreshments will be served.
Douglas, trained in fine arts at the University of Southern California, will give a short presentation about her work at 6 p.m., describing how she connects with the elements of air, fire, water, earth and spirit through her painting. “My work speaks to the human potential to rise and claim our personal power through connection to the earth and all its manifestations.”
The gallery is open 10 to 5 daily and until 5:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays.
Currently, Edgewater is seeking new artists to fill spots of artists who have moved from the area. Jewelry designers and both 2D and 3D artists are encouraged to apply to become guest or full-time members, and they should contact Alexis Moyer at firstname.lastname@example.org Applications also are available at the gallery.
For more information please call (707) 964-4668 or visit online at www.edgewatergallery.net.
Artists seeking to become guest or full-time members of Edgewater should contact Alexis Moyer at email@example.com, or through the gallery’s website.