June 7 through August 17, 2014
A Retrospective of College of the Redwoods
Fine Woodworking Program Graduates
The College of the Redwoods Fine Woodworking Program in Fort Bragg started in 1981 when a group of Mendocino woodworkers persuaded well-known author and studio furniture maker, James Krenov, to teach his methods to students in a nine-month long course. The resulting Fine Woodworking Program has been recognized by the woodworking community around the world for the excellence of its students' work, their craftsmanship, sensitivity, and quality of personal expression. This invitational and juried exhibition features pieces from Program graduates currently living and working within the Redwood Empire region.
Michael Burns, Big Butter, 2014, Graduate Piece
Alaskan Yellow Cedar, Teak and Boxwood. Shellac and Wax Finish
The Grace Hudson Museum & Sun House
Come enjoy regional art and culture in the context of an extraordinary family.
The Grace Hudson Museum and Sun House in Ukiah, California, is an art, history and anthropology museum and historic home focusing on the lifeworks of artist Grace Carpenter Hudson (1865-1937) and her ethnologist husband, Dr. John W. Hudson (1857-1936). Changing interdisciplinary exhibitions and public programs highlight Western American art, California Indian cultures, histories of the diverse North Coast region of California, and the work of contemporary regional artists.