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Sara Farrell Okamura
and Mary Flinn


Left: Sara Farrell Okamura, Don't Give Up! Nigiri project, oil on canvas, 36 x 34 inches
Right: Mary Flinn, Compassion and Fire, oil on canvas, 20 x 16 inches

July 2-August 6, 2022

Opening Reception: Saturday, July 2, 3:00-5:00pm  

Two person exhibit featuring Sara Farrell Okamura and Mary Flinn

Sara's Statement: The genesis of my work is derived from crisis of climate change. Rather than focus on just disaster and a fatalism that is a luxury for those who can relocate and rebuild I have been inspired by the tenacity, intelligence and innovation of conservationists, scientists, farmers and all who have worked for decades to prevent extinction and stem the destruction of flora and fauna. Characteristics of painting seem to co-inside with both the fragility and strength of nature.

Visit Sara Farrell Okamura's website and Instagram page.

Mary's Statement: I am in search of a new kind of environment that may include all the elements or none. It could be the space of imagination or a type of ether that includes many realms. These realms, as in nature, are animated. They incorporate things that we know, such as owls, deer, hawks and trees, and move into the inferred and unknown.

Visit Mary Flinn's website.









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