Works by Martha Castillo & Trevelyn Williams
Exhibition September 20 - October 15, 2016
Reception September 23, 6-8 pm
Martha Castillo, Printmaking Clayprint Monoprints
"Layers fascinate me: new paint over old walls, once shiny artifacts showing the patina of time. What is on the surface, and what is hidden? Clayprinting builds layers of texture and color to create images with visual depth and texture. I attempt to convey a sense of history, creating subtle surprises and places to travel within each piece. Intuition and experience guide my work."
Trevelyn Williams, Painting, Oil
Trevlyn often paints scenes from Edgewood County Preserve in San Mateo. Edgewood is a preserve because of its natural California serpentine soil habitat with many species rare and endangered. Well known for its displays of spring flowers, seen as they were before the landscape was developed and alien plants introduced, and also more recently for the reintroduction of the Bay Checkerspot butterfly.