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"Heartlands" MEA Art Exhibit & Sale
to Support RFFI's Work

The Redwood Forest Foundation (RFFI) is pleased to announce that the Mendocino Eco Artists (MEA) are holding "Heartlands," an art exhibit and sale to support RFFI's work, at the Mendocino Co-op Gallery. The exhibit will run from February 2 through March 1, 2015. The Mendocino Co-op Gallery is located 45270 Main St, Mendocino, CA 95460 - at the west end of Main St. above the Quilt Shop.

Neon Salmon, by Keith Middlesworth
Neon Salmon, by Keith Middlesworth

Please join us on February 14, at the special Artists Reception highlighting our partnership from 3:30 - 7 PM. Hear the artists share brief comments about their work and answer questions. RFFI representatives will also be present to discuss the important work we are doing to promote the Three E's (Ecology, Economy and Equity) in the Redwood community.

The month-long exhibit and sale is free and open to the public, and will feature the work of many local Mendocino artists, including Maeve Croghan, Janis Porter, Suzi Long, Cynthia Crocker Scott, Pat Scott, Pail Reiber, John Hewitt, Jim Moorhead, Eleanor Harvey, Joe Janisch, Juriaan Blok, Deborah Nord, Debra Lennox, Karen Bowers, Bob Rhoades and Keith Middlesworth.

Visit the online gallery below to view some of the art that is on display and can be purchased at the exhibit. A portion of each sale will support RFFI's work. For more information about the exhibit, please email morgan@rffi.org.

Mendocino Eco Artists (MEA) is an organization of artists who have the common goal of utilizing their talents to help conserve and restore the natural environment of the area that is often depicted in their work. The members are professional artists who live, work and draw their creative inspiration from this beautiful place - Mendocino County. MEA's work and goals are highly congruent with those of the Redwood Forest Foundation. RFFI is seeking to conserve many of the vanishing landscapes and natural treasures depicted in these artists' works. Visit www.rffi.org for more information about RFFI's work.

"Heartlands" MEA Art Exhibit

February 2 - March 1, 2015
Mendocino Co-op Gallery
45270 Main St, Mendocino, CA

Ancient Community, by Juriaan Blok
Ancient Community, by Juriaan Blok

In the Woods, by Karen Bowers
In the Woods, by Karen Bowers

Earth Angel, by Julie Higgins
Earth Angel, by Julie Higgins

Dragonfly woodcut, by Debra Beck Lennox
Dragonfly woodcut, by Debra Beck Lennox

Mystery Wood, by Deborah Nord
Mystery Wood, by Deborah Nord

Into the Woods, by Robert Rhoades
Into the Woods, by Robert Rhoades

Oak Friends, by Maeve Croghan
Oak Friends, by Maeve Croghan

Evening Tamalpais, by Maeve Croghan
Evening Tamalpais, by Maeve Croghan

Happy Apples, by Maeve Croghan
Happy Apples, by Maeve Croghan

Last Light, by Maeve Croghan
Last Light, by Maeve Croghan

Magic Oak, by Maeve Croghan
Magic Oak, by Maeve Croghan
 

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