Photo Exhibition and Complimentary Food and Wine at Lincoln Park Wine Bar on Monday August 10th!

Stephen Simmons head chef and part owner of Lincoln Park Wine Bar is a master at small plates. The perfect thing to pair with a glass of wine. Step into Lincoln Park’s intimate space just before getting to the “Hub” in San Anselmo where Sir Francis Drake meets The Miracle Mile and Center Boulevard and you’ll be rewarded with delectable farm to table “tapas” bites (big plates are served too and are excellent!) and a stunning glass of local wine. Just the ticket after you’ve gotten off work and have gotten tied up in Bay Area traffic and want to avoid even more traffic going through the Hub out to Fairfax or the sweet Valley beyond.

This Monday August 10th, Lincoln Park will be hosting an event to showcase the photos that have been on the walls for the past 3 months. Come check out Marin Nomad founder, Mary Serphos’ photos (many taken locally in Marin, CA) and have a complementary bite or two or three and a glass of wine and meet the artist. 5:30 start time. You won’t be disappointed! See you there.

The “Indigo Iris” photo above, is a wood print and is currently hanging at Lincoln Park Wine Bar and is for sale. It was taken while “wandering boldly” along Cascade Canyon in Fairfax, CA

marinnomad

As a photographer, writer, psychotherapist and nature lover, I am passionate about living in Marin County, CA. The perfect home base, Fairfax, CA is where I get out daily on the miles and miles of open space and find inspiration and plot my next journey out of Marin into the world. More about Mary... Mary is a New York Native who has been living in Northern CA for the past 20 years. She is a "Creative Image Photographer" infusing digital images with innovative techniques. Her favorite spot to take photos is muddled amidst the trees of Marin County CA, or in an exotic urban environment near the ocean, under the sky, and completely in awe. Mary's goal is to capture this scenery, to reach into the mystery of life, into the everyday magic, use the light and the dark as guides, delve into the chaos or the quiet and capture and whittle away at these snapshots, without disrupting their original essence, until they come alive and rich with depth and mood. Her mission is to create unique works of art that bring this depth, mystery, upheaval or serenity to people's walls and homes and ultimately that her work becomes a catalyst to help shift onlookers mood and outlook even if for a moment in time. Her work has been described as dreamy, ethereal, mysterious and mythical and yet also simple and straightforward. Currently her photos are on display at Google Headquarters in California.

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