What a great way to kick off Petaluma’s Butter and Egg Days festivites—an art show that invites people to interpret what the (now)famed river monster looks like. The Petaluma River Monster Project opens 4.22 and it’s just part of the Petaluma River Revival & Art Boat Festival that’s coming in June. Stay tuned.
When Mel and the boys entered their pieces they brought the camera. Here’s a sneak peek of just a clawful of creative monsters from this fantastic show …
Karen and Scott Hess entry offers photographic proof!
My son August must’ve seen the same one as the Hess duo. Only he spotted the monster’s friends, too. (Note the water falling off the monster’s back as it rises out of the water. Details, folks.)
Here’s Melissa’s River Monster. Underwater, riding a unicycle. Because the monster’s crazy, that’s why.
The head turned out especially rad!
Everett‘s monster he titled, “Sucker”.
A lovely entry by the lovely Kathryn St. Clair.
Jean Howery ‘s homage to Petaluma’s patron cow, Clo of Clover Stornetta.
I could imagine a whole children’s book with this. From Elaine Elwick Barr of Rock n Roll Crafts.
See much, much more awesomeness. COME OUT FRIDAY NIGHT!
……….. The Petaluma River Monster Show ………
……… Friday Night April 23rd — 6pm to 9pm-ish ………
…………. Boomerang Gallery @ Heebe Jeebe ………..
………………. 46 kentucky St 707-773-3222 ……………….
The Show will spill over to Maude (@ 10 Western Ave)
Sneak Peek: “Secondhand Love” Gives Old Art New Heart, Sat. Feb 13th
Time Lapse: My Hairy Commute / Readying For Petaluma Whiskerino
Art Opening: Pics from Timothy McSweeney & Cass Hersey “Heart of the City” at Boomerang Gallery, Petaluma
Art Opening: “Artful Distractions” New Work By Jonny Hirschmugl
Rock Art: Ricky Watts Poster for Sean Hayes / Arann Harris