North Coast Artists' Guild presents

A community project in conjunction with "Crossing Boundaries: The Art of the Book"

Opening reception Friday, February 1, 2019, 5 to 7 pm. Exhibit thru Sunday, February 25, 2019

Elaine Jacob Foyer

$15 participation fee.

Curator and artist Elizabeth Solomon and the Glass House that will represent “Home” once it is filled.

“My Home: The Community Project”, will be featured in the Gualala Arts Elaine Jacob Foyer during the February exhibit “Crossing Boundaries: The Art of the Book”.

What does HOME mean to you — is it a fixed location, a feeling, or an emotion?  Over the next few months, bring something that represents “home” to you and help fill the glass house located here at Gualala Arts Center.

Please share this information, as the more people who participate, the more this installation will represent HOME here on the coast in all of its diversity. If you are unable to attend the forum, you are still invited to participate in the installation.

Contact curator Elizabeth Solomon at for more information about how you can participate in this installation.


Artist Elizabeth Solomon.

About curator and forum leader Elizabeth Solomon

Elizabeth Beronich Solomon comes from a technical theatre background, working in major regional theaters throughout the country for 25 years. She brings those technical skills to her work in making unusual one-of-a-kind sculptural books.

Elizabeth takes inspiration from her insatiable interest in science, science fiction, and alternate histories/worlds/realities. Most of her books are visually based, preferring that the observer bring his/her own story/perception to the work, thereby creating a new interpretation, based upon the relationship created by the individual’s interaction with the artist via the work. She hopes these books draw the observer into the various worlds she has created.