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Divide gallery hosts reception

By From page B13 | November 09, 2012

Art on the Divide Cooperative Gallery continues its monthly Featured Artist series with the work of Kristi Kolln.

Kolln’s art will be featured in the gallery through the month of November and the public is invited to come meet the artist at a reception on Sunday, Nov. 11 from 2  to 5 p.m.

She is a product of her grandfathers. One was a teacher and small business person, the other was an artist and accountant. She is all these things. She taught elementary art in the East, accounting at De Anza Community College in Cupertino, and she currently has a tax accounting practice.

Kolln has been a full time Divide resident since 1998. For 5 years she had two programs on local radio station KFOK — one called “Mozart and More” and the other called “Fabulous Femmes.”

An accomplished artist, Kolln produces works in ceramic, glass and more. She has explored several media trying to walk the edge between function and sculpture. She considers function to be an added dimension in art; while it is nice to have beautiful things around you, it is more exciting to touch and use beautiful things.

The gallery artists invite the public to visit the gallery to see Kolln’s work and theirs.

The gallery is in one of Georgetown’s historical buildings at 6295 Main St., halfway between the fire station and the American River Inn. Winter hours are Friday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information call 530-333-2787 or check the Website at artonthedivide.com.

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