Two artists whose work illustrates the beauty, power and inspiration of nature
* March 13 – April 25
The Marin Art and Garden Center is pleased to present a spring exhibition, both in-person and online, featuring artists Nick Taylor (Fort Bragg) and Katherine Warinner (San Anselmo), whose work illustrates the beauty, power and inspiration nature provides.
In Abstract Nature, Taylor and Warinner offer a myriad of impressions they see when looking out a window or walking through a forest. Katherine’s beautiful, contemplative monotypes and Nick’s organic, commanding sculptures leave us with a new impression of all that can be found in nature.
Katherine Warinner’s works on paper convey a sensation she has as she observes her subjects. Rather than render an exact reproduction, the images of leaves, florals and branches convey a felt sense of light, space and color.
Whether it is wood carving, cutting, hammering, welding or grinding metal, Nick Taylor’s captivation with the organic quality of nature is profound. Living on the Mendocino coast, in the heart of one of the most beautiful places in the world, is not only where he finds beauty, calm and a sense of order, but also where he constantly encounters the elegant abstraction of nature.
Marin Art and Garden Center is proud to bring these two artists together to remind us that we need to both enjoy and protect the environment that offers so much to see and learn.
Abstract Nature is curated by Kate Eilertsen
Additional time info:
Fri-Sat: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sundays: 12:00 noon – 4:00 pm
Online: Accessible on demand