When: Sat., July 9, 3-7 p.m. 2016
Sandrine Malary is a Haitian artist, born and raised. Sandrine’s creativity is expressed through many mediums: painting, ceramics, sculpture, jewelry making, upcycling, fashion, dance, music and writing. Most of her visual art contains elements of her culture, usually in the form of veve, Haitian Vodou symbols representing the lwa. Sandrine recently moved to Haiti, where she is tapping into her motherland’s well of inspiration. Malary now visits the Bay annually, bringing with her the fruits of creative labor for all to enjoy.