Willits Center for Arts is proud to present Laura Fogg’s Art Quilts and Marjo Wilson’s paintings of Covelo. Both artists excel at their crafts and bring their work to the WCA for residents and people from the surrounding areas. Laura Fogg’s fiber art is nationally known and she has shown at both of our country’s most prestigious quilt shows, Visions, and Quilt National. Her quilts show up in both, national and international quilting magazines and calendars. Laura has also received two notable awards in Mendocino County. She was the proud recipient of the Woman’s Vision award in 2008 and Mendocino Art Champion in 2012. Her work in the gallery is a series of social statements about our current affairs. Her interpretations of disadvantaged people and environmental statements in fabric are remarkable for the way she blends mixed media into expressions of social injustice. Marjo Wilson brings her love of animals and Mendocino country roads to her remarkable suite of painting expressing her passion for country life. A native of Covelo, Marjo has enriched Mendocino County with her paintings and talent for years. Marjo also presents songs and singalongs for children and parents in Mendocino called “Cotton Dandee Family Style Hoedown. Recipient of many awards for years of creativity and distinctive paintings, Marjo won first place in painting and drawing in the “Grand National Art Show, 1999 “San Francisco. As recently as last year, she has received the Highland Art Center’s first place in painting. Marjo works magic with a paintbrush and passionately interprets her surroundings on canvas. The Willits Center for the Arts is located at 71 E. Commercial St. Open 11 am until 5 pm, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. This show is open through September 27, 2020.