The Tombaugh Gallery is proud to present the exhibit “Peace, Love, & Unity”, featuring the artwork of Georjeanna Feltha. The show continues through October 8.
Peace, Love, & Unity is about Georjeanna’s response to the world the way it is right now. It is the result of works that she has been exploring for the past 30 years. She feels that the best way for to make a difference is through her art, a seed of hope she is planting for our future. She believes that it is only through “Peace, Love, & Unity”, that we will have a chance to save our country, and our world for future generations.
Georjeanna blends messages through the use of techniques borrowed from her African, Native American and Caucasian roots, using traditional weaving and sewing methods. She fashions fiber, handmade paper, clay and a variety of found objects into everything she creates, including sculpture, collage, multimedia paintings, stylish clothing and home furnishings.
Gallery hours are Thursday through Saturday, 10 AM to 2 PM, and Sunday 11:30
to 2:30 PM. The Tombaugh Gallery is part of the Unitarian Universalist Church at 2000 South Solano Drive.