Raven Flights and Lizard Tracks
Pinhole photography, drawings and folk art
Please join us to honor the ongoing art career of longtime creative photographer, musician, and storyteller NANCY RAVEN.
Nancy lived in Monterey for 20 years, sharing her time and talents in many circles. Thousands of local school children sang traditional folk songs with her, as she taught them about the beauty and joy of many cultures. When she wasn’t teaching through music, Nancy was creating constantly with her camera and her pencils and watercolors…or gathering beach and forest treasures from which to fashion unique crafts. Her varied body of work reflects her love of travel---she says she has left her ”lizard tracks” all over the U.S. in pursuit of art and music. Still vital and curious she ages, she continues to gush with ideas and projects, all based in deep compassion for inspiring people to know their own landscapes, neighbors, and cultural traditions. Now 87 years young, Nancy will share with us her vast series of pinhole photographs, lovely drawings, folk art, and stories. She will visit the Peninsula in June for her exhibition and reception, from her current home in Minden, Nevada.
Exhibit Dates: June 1 - June 23, 2017
MPC Art Gallery, 980 Fremont St., Monterey
Summer Hours: Thursday - Sunday 11:00am - 4:00pm
(or by appointment; call 646-3060)
- Saturday, June 10, 3:00 – 6:00 PM (Live music, food and art!)
Admission to exhibit is free on, all are welcome!.
** MPC parking fee: $2 weekdays, free parking on weekends! **