Friday July 18, 1997
Artist-sculptor Katina Huston’s frustration with having to make only large works to attain her post graduate degree spurred her to create “ small things of little importance,” a new exhibit being mounted at Danville Fine Arts Gallery, opening Saturday.
The display showcases Huston’s small, smaller and smallest works which she feels create and intimage connection between the artwork and the viewer.
The imaginative exhibit includes pieces made from a variety of material including eucalyptus leaces, false teeth and dental crowns. Huston has won several awards, including one from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. There is a free reception from 7 to 9 pm at the gallery at 233 Front Street. Danville. Gallery is open noon to 5p.m. Wednesday through Saturday.