Petaluma art exhibit explores local heroes

Petaluma art exhibit with Artist Kathryn Keller
Petaluma art exhibit with Artist Kathryn Keller showing her work to Michael Woolsey (Press Democrat)

A Petaluma art exhibit by Kathryn Keller features portraits of inspiring local women. Presented at IceHouse Gallery in the historic Burdell Building, Keller’s “(Mostly) Petaluma Portraits” is a part of a trio of summertime exhibits featuring faces, personalities and profiles of River City neighbors who shape the community.

“They’re regular people who I think are really heroic,” she said. “They’re women I feel really close to.”

This exhibit is an unofficial companion piece to two other Petaluma art exhibits that pay tribute to those who’ve made Petaluma home: Face of Petaluma: Portraits of Our Town at the Petaluma Arts Center and Portraits of Pioneers at the Petaluma Museum.

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