Menlo Park, CA (February 7, 2014) Peninsula Volunteers, their friends, and art connoisseurs gathered at Little House – the Roslyn G. Morris Activity Center, for an intimate evening featuring both fine and decorative art from member's collections. The event was chaired by Ann Griffiths and Mary Alice Bowie of Peninsula Volunteers. Paula Kirkeby, owner of Smith Andersen Editions, curated this extraordinary collection.
An amazing assortment of rarely seen items from privately held collections were featured at the reception on Feb 7th. Art work and collectibles displayed at the exhibit ranged from “Divan Japonais” poster by Toulouse Lautrec to French count hand embroidered linens and Japanese sterling open salt shakers.
During the year the Little House Galleries host a variety of rotating exhibits featuring local sculptors, painters, print-makers and more. Visit the Galleries section on the PVI web site for current exhibits -- http://www.penvol.org/littlehouse/galleries-and-arts.cfm
Starting February 11th, the Galleries will feature a special exhibition of student art from the mid-Peninsula. The public is welcome to visit the exhibit at Little House during regular operating hours.And don't forget that some of the best art and craft instruction in the area is available all year long at Little House, including Ceramics for Kids: http://www.penvol.org/littlehouse/art-classes.cfm