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A new mixed-media exhibit at the Gospel Flat Farmstand gallery explores time and powerlessness in sculptural meditations spurred by the artist's loss of his family home to wildfire.    David Briggs

From the remains of his family home that burned down last year, Bolinas sculptor and jeweler Kurtis Major has created an art exhibit using metals, woods, wax and concrete to capture the feeling of uncontrollable loss, on display at the Gospel Flat Farm gallery. Last November, Mr. Major woke up to a 5 a.m. phone call from his . . .

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