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Cornelia Nevitt: A Retrospective
Retrospective solo exhibit featuring award-winning ceramic sculptor
* March 5 – April 2
[Pictured: by Cornelia Nevitt]
The Falkirk Cultural Center and Terra Linda Ceramic Artists are proud to present this new exhibit!
We’re excited to welcome you back into our galleries with this unique solo artist exhibit featuring Marin County award-winning sculptor Cornelia Nevitt.
A member of many art groups around the San Francisco Bay Area, including the Terra Linda Ceramic Artists, Cornelia’s abundant work is introspective and imaginative and reflects her own inner world. She draws her inspiration from human figures and environment and from nature.
Cornelia’s work is unique and highly diversified in styles and techniques. This is a show not to be missed.
As excited as we are to see you in-person, all exhibitions will be contingent upon the guidelines of the current health order. At this time, we are not planning on holding Artist Receptions, and will continue to review that decision as the health orders change.
Wear a mask, maintain social distancing and practice proper hand hygiene while viewing the galleries.
Contact: (415) 485-3070
Additional time info:
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Wednesdays and Fridays: 1:00 – 5:00 pm
Subject to change based on COVID-19 restrictions. Please check the Falkirk website to confirm gallery schedule.
1408 Mission Ave, San Rafael, CA 94901
Guests may park on the right hand side of the driveway and may also use adjacent City of San Rafael parking lots with consideration to hourly limits on certain days of the week. Saturdays and Sundays are free of most parking restrictions in these lots.
Handicapped parking and wheelchair accessibility on the first floor. Art Galleries are located on the 2nd floor and there is no ADA approved access at this time.
Handicapped parking and wheelchair accessibility on the first floor. Art Galleries are located on the 2nd floor and there is no ADA approved access at this time.View less