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The exhibition of a collaborative art project titled “In Deep Water” by artists Jane Ingram Allen and Jami Taback opens on Saturday, January 15, at Sonoma Community Center Gallery, Sonoma, CA.  The project is focused on the current climate crisis and water and makes use of Jane’s handmade paper skills and Jami’s printmaking expertise to create a multi-media multi-part large-scale installation combining printmaking and hand papermaking.  The work will be installed from Jan 15 to Jan. 31 at the Sonoma Community Center Gallery, Sonoma, CA. All the details are on the Sonoma Community Center website now at this link: https://sonomacommunitycenter.org/in-deep-water-endangered/

The opening reception for the “In Deep Water” exhibition which also includes works by Paul Ford will be on January 15, 1-4pm at the Sonoma Community Center Gallery. The Artists Talks will be live and also via Zoom on Sat. Jan. 15 at 2 pm.

Topic: Artist talk: In Deep Water (Jane Ingram Allen and Jami Taback) and Endangered (Paul Ford)
Time: Jan 15, 2022 02:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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This exhibition of “In Deep Water” is supported in part by an Emergency Grant from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts. The project will expand and continue in 2022 and 2023 with exhibitions at other venues.
Here is a preliminary photo of some of the work in this project, and more photos will be posted soon after all of the 12 panels are installed later this week in the gallery.

“In Deep Water” installation detail by Jane Ingram Allen and Jami Taback, photo by Timothy S. Allen

There will also be a Demonstration of papermaking and printmaking on Sunday, January 23, at 2 pm in the Sonoma Community Center Print Studio. Come see how the processes the artists used to make this collaborative art project using a variety of hand papermaking and printmaking techniques.

For the opening reception and Artists Talks on Jan. 16 and the Demonstrations on Jan. 26, all Covid protocols will be followed with masks and social distancing and limited numbers allowed in the gallery. Contact Jane by email at info@janeingramallen.com for more information.