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Tiburon resident is subject of retrospective at Marin art museum

‘Gertrud Parker: The Possible’ at the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art showcases the late Tiburon resident’s exploratory approach to creating art. (via the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art)

Gertrud Parker: The Possible,” now showing at the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, celebrates the career of the artist who lived in Tiburon for many years with her husband, Harold, until her death in 2021.


The two galleries are filled with sculptures, paintings, self-portraits and other items created in Parker’s own unique way. In the second gallery, there are also works by other artists whom Parker admired and whose works became part of her personal collection.

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