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Rachel Wooster
Fall Victorian Harvest Still Life - Photography

Her artwork is a reflection of the joy and love that she sees in nature and all living things. It helps to document, educate, and celebrate people living in harmony with nature.

Fall Victorian Harvest – Still Live won “Best of Show” at this year’s annual juried exhibit done by Santa Cruz Mountains Art Center in Ben Lomond.

Current Project – Felton California – 150 years of Rainfall Records & what the future may hold. For 2018 she is gathering and cataloging Felton’s rainfall records in celebration of it’s 150th birthday. Add a bit of history, as well as context of world rainfall and droughts, and you get an idea of what the next 150 years of rainfall could be like for Felton. 150 years is a short period of time for our earth, but with recent events such as Cape Town in South Africa almost having ‘Day Zero’ this earth day, we need to learn what we can from the data we have. The full report and booklet is coming out October 2018.

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Sally Eastman
Dancing Pears - Oil
Designer Pumpkin - Oil

I trained as a Marine Scientist and have worked in the sciences for over 30 years. Drawing and painting has always been a passion. I often use the focus gained from observing an object I am drawing in my work as a scientist.

My mother was an artist and taught me how to draw and use watercolor. She passed her love of painting natural objects to me, and I have used watercolor to paint landscapes, still life, and figurative work. I started painting with oil as I found it more forgiving than watercolor. It also has a depth and texture that is very appealing. Taking oil Painting classes with Brenda Berg, a local artist and teacher at the Santa Cruz Mountain Arts Center, has challenged me to improve my skills in not only oil painting but also in doing art every day.

I enjoy painting single subjects so I can render its individual beauty. I also enjoy giving an object life by the use of bright colors and different textures using oil paint and also mixed media.

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N. Drew Fenton
Bees on Carrot Seed Flowers - Photography
Mushroom Hunt 1 - Photography
Mushroom Hunt 2 -
Photography
Mushroom Hunt 3 -
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2nd Growth Coast Redwood Burl (lignotuber) Harvesting - Photography

Drew enjoys ridings, painting, sculpture, gardening, hiking, and capturing Steelhead Trout by underwater videos.

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