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Ophelia

Pale-faced Ophelia, about to let the water pull her under and end her life.

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Ten Minutes to Twelve

A metaphor for global warming: if we do not act now, we face disaster—more severe droughts, floods and storms, and a consequent shortage of food and water.

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Apple Harvest

A metal scrap reminiscent of the crown of a tree was the inspiration for this assemblage.

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Ophelia

Paled-faced Ophelia, about to let the water pull her under and end her life.

More

Ten Minutes to Twelve

A metaphor for global warming: if we do not act now, we face disaster—more severe droughts, floods and storms than ever before, and a consequent shortage of food and water.

More

Apple Harvest

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Exhibits

Revealed: presented by So. California and San Francisco Layerists

Dec 11–19, 2015 and Jan 5–30, 2016
57 Underground Gallery
300 So. Thomas St, Pomona, CA 91766
Gallery hours: Fri–Sat, noon–4pm
Artists' Reception: 1/9, 6–9 pm
Pomona art walks: 1/9 & 1/30, 6–9 pm

Labyrinths

Annemarie Rawlinson has facilitated the construction of many labyrinths in Southern California.

In contrast to a maze, a labyrinth has a single path to its center, and can be thought of as a symbol for pilgrimage—a walk toward enlightenment.  
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About the Artist

Award-winning artist Annemarie Rawlinson has been working as a professional artist since 1992. Her art has been exhibited in galleries, museums and other venues throughout the United States and Europe.
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