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This exhibition is generously supported by Carson Wealth. Additional support is provided by Kathleen Gaines and Ray Welch, William Otton, and Ronald Zech.
About Cedars of Marin. Cedars has been inspiring creative, productive, joyous, and healthy lives for individuals with developmental disabilities in Marin County for over 100 years. Participants choose from a wide variety of activities such as weaving, art, jewelry, volunteering in the community, animal husbandry, and more. Cedars supports nearly 200 adults through residential and day programs where their accomplishments are celebrated, personal choice is encouraged, and individual skills are recognized. Learn More
About NIAD Art Center: NIAD Art Center is a progressive art studio founded in Richmond, California in 1982 to support creative expression, independence, dignity, and inclusion for adult artists with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This nurturing community of artists fosters experimentation, increases competence to make informed choices, and increases connections among diverse communities through the commonality of creative expression. Learn More
Caitlin McKee, Felted Spheres, 2022, dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist and Cedars
Miguel Arzabe, En El Ojo Del Cóndor, 2002, woven acrylic on Yupo, 46 x 60 1/2 in. Courtesy the artist
Ramekon O'Arwisters, Flowered Thorns #4, 2020-21, fabric and ceramics, 24 x 18 x 17 in. Courtesy the artist and Patricia Sweetow Gallery
Felicia Griffin, Untitled (F0215), 2021, yarn sewn into stitched fabric, 33 x 34 in. Courtesy the artist and NIAD