This Sunday, Aug 18, at the Henry Miller LAB in Carmel: The Extraordinary Life of Carmel Artist Jane Gallatin Powers by Erin Lee Gafill !!
A talk and slideshow tracing Erin Lee Gafill’s roots in the arts back to her great-great grandmother, Jane Gallatin Powers who was the first artist to have a studio in Carmel. (Jane and her husband Frank Powers owned over 75 per cent of what is now Carmel-by-The-Sea by 1903.)
Erin is an award-winning painter, writer, and teacher, and a member of the Carmel Art Association. Author of the memoir “Drinking from a Cold Spring,” Erin grew up in Big Sur.
For over twenty years she has taught art and creativity workshops in the United States, Mexico, Japan, and Italy. She is the co-founder of the Monterey Bay Plein Air Painters Association and the nonprofit arts education organization, Big Sur Arts Initiative.
The LAB is located at 3728 The Barnyard, Suite G-23, in Carmel.
RSVP (limited seating!) by calling 831-667-2574 or by clicking here!