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THE INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FLOWERS

Jenny Honnert Abell Exhibits at Quicksilver

October 14óNovember 27, 2005

The Quicksilver Mine Co. presents The Independent Order of Odd Flowers, a one woman show by mixed media collage artist Jenny Honnert Abell beginning on October 14th. This exhibition continues through November 27th.

Working with traditional and non-traditional materials, Abell has created sensuous collages abstractly representing botanical forms. Intimately dissected and meticulously rearranged, she works with central flower forms, exposing her very own eclectic and diverse combination of materials. Her pieces are beautiful and intelligent, weaving reality with nonsense in a refreshing and visually unified way.

Jenny Honnert Abell at Work

Jenny at work in her studio

Living in Sonoma County, Jenny Honnert Abell has exhibited in California, Oregon and Ohio including recent solo shows at the Weston Art Gallery in Cincinnati; Rogue Community College in Grants Pass, Oregon; and Mesh Gallery in downtown Sebastopol. She has also been invited to participate in numerous group shows during the past few years including exhibitions at the Sonoma Valley Museum in downtown Sonoma; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Santa Rosa; Gallery Route One, Point Reyes Station; and Julie Baker Fine Art in Grass Valley.

 

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"Gala Flower" by Jenny Honnert Abell

"Gala Flower,"
mixed media collage,
13-3/8" X 11-1/2", 2005

An Artist Reception for Jenny Abell will be held on Saturday, October 15th from 4ó6 p.m.

More about the artist

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