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          Wescover Kerri Warner


Work Available through:

Studio 333 - 333 Caladonia Street, Sausalito, Ca (mixed media / paintings / sculpture)

Sparrow Gallery - 1021 R Street, Sacramento, CA ( mixed media collage)

Gallery V- located at Mission Farms in Overland Park, KS ( mixed media collage)

Coming Events/Shows:

Fresh Art / Marin Society of Artists

1515 3rd Street,  San Rafael, CA 94901

November 7 - 30 2019

Small Town

The Gallery at 48 Natoma

November 15 - January 16 2020

2019 Art Comes Alive

ADC, Art Design Consultants, Inc. 310 Culvert St. 5th Floor | Cincinnati, OH 45202

November 5 - December 6 2019

American Women Artists online juried Show


One Of A Kind Show & Sale Chicago / The Mart

April 24 - 26, 2020


i find art in everything and everything finds its way into my art.


I am a mixed media artist based in Northern California. My work blends conventional and unconventional materials, paints, colored pencil, book pages, inks, paper and found objects, into two and three dimensional works. Various techniques, painting, cutting, gluing, sanding and assembling found objects create my layered textures on wood panels and sculptural forms. I love challenges, experimenting with disparate media and developing new techniques and skills. I believe in recycling and upcycling and adore texture, paints of any kind and flea market supplies. Through each step that leads to a finished surface, I try to bring out the relationship between differing objects, colors and textures; with each mistake being an irreplaceable component of my process. Figurative forms, letters and numbers are often incorporated into my work, as a graphic element or to convey a thought or theme. I am inspired by found objects, fragments of antique treasures, and everyday manufactured materials that were never intended to be art.