Arts Guild of Sonoma

I went to the Artist Reception at the Arts Guild of Sonoma but there were so many art lovers there that one could not get photographs of the work. A nice problem to have! And I must add that it was raining and parking is limited — even more reason to be impressed by the turnout.

My sister was in town for a few days, creating an opportunity to go to the wine country and visit the gallery.

Franki Kohler, Arts Guild of Sonoma entry We were there in the afternoon so the light was not ideal but I think you can still see how charming the entry is. I especially like the iron gate that closes across the front entry. The gallery is located on one of the four main streets that surround the city square — who could ask for more?

I like the fact that the gallery exhibits of all kinds of art work. Here is my work hanging above paintings and books.

Franki Kohler, Oakleaf Hydrangea at Arts Guild of SonomaMy friend Carol Larson is an artist member of the guild. She is the reason my work is exhibited at this invitational exhibit. Here are three of her fabric art pieces:

Franki Kohler, art quilts by Carol LarsonIf you are in the area, it’s worth a visit. See details for dates and location on the right column.

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4 Responses to Arts Guild of Sonoma

  1. I love the entrance to the gallery with the wonderful iron gates and the painting. Of course your quilt is beautiful. Those are Oak Leaf Hydrangea leaves and blooms on the quilt, aren’t they?

  2. Beautiful setting, for your amazing art quilt… love it…

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