JESSICA LEIGH HENRY
KIRA LYNN CAIN
October 15 - November 15
"Inspired by my move from San Francisco to Nevada City, I've set out to make court sketches of the flora, fauna, astronomy and iconography of my new frontier. The phantasmagoric imagery in my recent dreams, now near the window to the wild west, is personal, from the mirror. Detailed drawings of the psyche."
AMERIKANA: Folk Art Derived from the Apocalypse
September 15 - October 15
Opening Celebration / Music Festival: Saturday, Sept. 24th, 4-11pm ($15)
Closing Reception: Thursday, October 13th, 2011 7-11 PM
Nevada County native, family man, prolific musician, multi-talented artist, and local butcher Aaron Ross presents a body of all new paintings. Ross prefers to think of himself as a folk artist, rather than a fine artist. With six solo albums under his belt, and a former member of Hella, this is his first gallery exhibit. When asked about the title of the show, "Amerikana", Ross denies any political statement, rather referring to the title as a representation of "a time and place when things are constantly being redefined".
Artwork viewable at all Tin House events and by appointment (530) 264-6900
"What Matters Is The Process"
The Art of Silkscreening
Dylan Sherwood McConnell
A series of digital photographs and sculptures
Kathryn Mayo and Doug Winter
From Head to Heart: Tintypes at the Tin House
Western themed oil, watercolor, pen & ink - Prints available