These photographs are a tribute to that which elusively defies words. They portray the single feeling that understands all emotions. When we see love in every day moments and recognize our emotions as messengers, we listen to ourselves and personify authenticity.
Nancy Duranteau is committed to changing the world one image at a time. Nancy uses photography in her leadership and consulting firm to accelerate personal growth and development. Her images showcase societal issues, and she hopes your connection with her art advances self-improvement and strengthened communities.
Join us during the month of July to enjoy the mixed acrylics and mixed media creations by local artist JaeMe Bereal. Ms. Bereal says that "Art flows like water through us. One can sense it (see it) as it floods (flows into) your psyche, sometimes feeling like a roaring river, yet other times like the trickle of a small stream."
JaeMe graduated from both the Academy of Art University in 2003 and California Berkeley Art Studio in 1981. Her art work has been published in several works, most notably the cover for Deborah Santana's Memoirs in 2003 and a children's book on Augusta Savage in 2009 called, In Her Hands, with writer Alan Schroeder.
In addition to being a painter, she is a great salsa dancer and loves animals! You can see more of JaeMe's work on her website: jaemebereal.com.