“Living Quilt for Santa Rosa” by Jane Ingram Allen Featured in IN HABITAT online magazine about eco art and design
Check out this great article about my recent public art project “Living Quilt for Santa Rosa” published on Sept. 4, 2019 at https://inhabitat.com/artist-creates-a-living-quilt-to-commemorate-santa-rosa-fires/
The artwork is still on view at Rincon Ridge Park in the Fountaingrove area of Santa Rosa, California. Most of the flowers are now dormant, and many of the the wildflowers flowers used in the “bed” will come back again next Spring.
Documentary photographs and a sample of the handmade paper quilt used for this public art project is also on display at an exhibition opening today in Santa Rosa at the Finley Community Center. The exhibition features 100 artworks created by residents of Santa Rosa in response to the October 2017 wildfires that devastated parts of the City.
Sonoma County Residents Reflect on the 2017 Wildfires Recepon: September 5, 2019 5:00 -7:30 p.m. Finley Recreaon Complex 2060 West College Ave Santa Rosa, CA Exhibition is on view through October 10 at the Person Senior Wing of the Finley Community Center.