Exhibit Features Mother-Daughter Link

Exhibit Features Mother-Daughter Link

A new exhibit of original artworks dubbed Mother Tree will go on display at the Rhythmix Cultural Works K Gallery on Saturday, May 15. The exhibit celebrates the sustaining connections between mothers and their daughters made through photography, collage, painting and prose.

Mother Tree features the work of mother-daughter artist pairs Ginny & Sally Parsons, Annie & Emily Heller, Jan & Emilie Watten, and Danielle Gilbert & Molly Boyle and Hopi Breton, Lee Zabin & Esther Zabin.

An opening reception will be held at Rhythmix Cultural Works on Saturday, May 15 from 4 to 6:30 p.m. It will be the first in-person event hosted at Rhythmix since the pandemic began one year ago. In addition to timed gallery viewings, attendees can enjoy community chalk drawing and live music in the Rhythmix outdoor courtyard.

Rhythmix will adhere to Alameda County health guidelines — all guests are required to wear masks and remain socially distanced (6 feet apart). No eating or drinking will be permitted on site. In the event that in-person gatherings are no longer permitted in May, the reception will be presented virtually.

Exhibit hours run Saturday, May 15, from 4 to 6:30 p.m. (plus community chalk drawing and live music outdoors) and each Saturday through June 19 from 2 to 5 p.m.

Learn more at www.rhythmix.org.