Local artist’s work in ‘Thirteen for Halloween’ exhibit

By From page A15 | October 08, 2013

Candy Taylor Tutt of Woodland is one of 13 artists included in this year’s “Thirteen For Halloween” show in Berkeley.

Created by Bay Area artist Alexandra von Burg, the annual event showcases artisans whose work focuses on Day of the Dead, Halloween and ghoulish creations ranging from sweet to spooky.

The preview party is from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11, at Textile Dreams Studio, 2525 Eighth St., 13C, in Berkeley.

As a member of the New Art Works Gallery in Fair Oaks in 2010, Tutt’s neckpieces incorporated wood, stone, fur, teeth and bones. Coupled with her fondness for Dia de los Muertos artifacts, those themes prompted her to craft art pieces of a more sinister, ghoulish nature, and led to her participation in “Thirteen For Halloween.”

Show hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 12-13. For more information, visit www.ThirteenforHalloween.net.

Enterprise staff

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