Dec 2/3, 11am - 5pm
Dobee Snowber holds a BA in Intellectual History/Feminist Studies from Kirkland/Hamilton College and a BFA in Printmaking /Painting from the Maine College of Art, Portland, Maine. She has participated in several residencies including at AIR Studios, Santa fe, the Vermont Studio School and Penland Art Center. She has shown extensively in various venues including galleries, museums, group collaborations, solo exhibits and commercial projects and is part of several private collections in the US and abroad. She is currently represented by SHOH Gallery, Berkeley, CA and Mary Praytor Gallery, Greenville, SC.
Dobee is currently working as a mixed media artist, making time whenever possible to create. She has lived in the Bay area for over 25 years. Prior to that she lived in Santa Fe and various and sundry places east of the Rockies, including Maine, NY, Washington DC and New Jersey.
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Being human, is about resilience. Knowing the only constant is change and it is about how we respond. Laughter is resilience, possibly in its purest form. Routines are resilience, knowing we will do something as long as we can and then we won't. And landing, whether on our feet or our ass, is resilience. In my work I try to portray what the response to life's moments looks like, and how despite the challenges we carry on.