Water Prayers and Wikis…36 works of photography and text. 35 of the photos are by Jane Covernton, 1 is stolen. Water in all its forms, changed and made a bit strange and strangely beautiful. Added texts include original poems, prayers, song lyrics, and wikis (bits of info from the Internet). From the Artist’s Statement: The object of all this printing, changing, adding words, is to get first me, then you, to stop and think about water in a new way; it is magical, amazing, wondrous. Each image is a thought, a fragment; the whole is something that I hope will be emergent, that is, greater than the parts. Must be seen in the analog world. http://www.janecovernton.com
Water Prayers and Wikis is being shown in the Little Gallery in the Garden in beautiful Roberts Creek (a short stroll from downtown). Only one person or bubble in the Gallery at a time, but you’re welcome to sit at the outdoor covered fireplace to wait.
Jane Covernton’s books will also be available, including “When We Became Plants” (Pandemic Poems), which Betty Keller called “delightful” in the Coast Reporter. Also “a little handbook of Instructions for the End Times”, which was written before the Pandemic but is strangely apt. Both books include photographs.
Opposite of digital.