February 8 - March 1, 2019
Reception: Friday, February 8, 5-7 pm
This exhibition of artwork in response to the Butte County Camp Fire is designed to give communities a safe place to share visually expressive acts of resilience. The public was invited to exhibit images, objects or artifacts in an effort to communicate their capacity to recover from the most destructive wildfire in history. This exhibition is an initial effort to offer hope and inspiration in the face of “the new normal”.
Donations accepted for Paradise Art Center.
Tatiana Allen, Michael Bone, Delaine Boyd, Karma Boyer, Marc Boyett, Paula Busch, Kyle Campbell, Grizzelle Canter, Renee Christenson, Robin Cox, Olivia D'Orazi, Elizabetta Dracul, Christine Evans, Wilma Forester, Lisa Freeman-Wood, Katie Gray, Margaret Gunnell, Ruth Hall, Belinda Hanson, Lori Harrington, Lorraine Hodel, James Holzgrafe, Marion Hunziker-Larsen, Marilynn Jennings, Bobbie Rae Jones, Lindsey Kapoor, Susan Kibbee, Jan Kilbuck, Dennis Lake, Nicolai Larsen,
Jana Lawton, Dave Lawton, Arthur Lemner, Patti Lloyd, Jessie Mercer, Timoteo "Ikoshy" Montoya, Marge Nelms, Philicus Olivier, Cathy Jeanne Paap, Amber Palmer, Nora Pineda, Kathleen Presentati, Donald Primer, Doug Rathbun, Richard Robinson, Cynthia Schildhauer, Ann Schulte, Paula Schultz, Ron Schwager, Simone Senat, Elisha Sheridan, Annai Smith, Katherine Suhay Pickard, Shannon "Shay" Taylor, Lori Tennant, Reality Thornewood, Lea Wagner, Marilyn Walsh, Patricia Wickes, Jane Willoughby Woods
Sponsored by Lisa and Jon Freeman-Wood. Dedicated to the lives lost to the Camp Fire, their families, and those that risked their lives to save others.