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Two Tiburon artists to show works in Town Hall gallery

Jett Walker’s painting of deer in front of Railroad Marsh in Tiburon, with Old St. Hilary’s Landmark church on the hill above, is part of her ‘Art, Past and Present’ exhibit opening today, May 1, upstairs at Tiburon Town Hall.

Richard Rozen’s ‘Hakone Gardens’ is part of his downstairs exhibit, ‘The Poetry of Art,’ opening May 9.

Two new exhibits by Tiburon residents will be on display in the Town Hall art gallery starting this month: Jett Walker’s “Art, Past and Present,” which spotlights her acrylics, watercolors and oil paintings, and former Artist Laureate Richard Rozen’s “The Poetry of Art,” which includes eight abstract landscapes, most accompanied by poems, plus some smaller pieces.


Walker’s exhibit opens today, May 1, with an artist’s reception set for 6-8 p.m. May 7; pieces start at $250. Rozen’s exhibit opens May 9, with an artist’s reception 6-8 p.m. May 14; pieces start at $700. Both shows close June 30.

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