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“The role of the artist is to make the revolution irresistible.” -Toni Cade

May 4 - August 31

Lewis Road Studio
510 Lewis Road

Opening Reception

Saturday, May 4
6–8 PM

Pre-Reception Yoga Class

Saturday, May 4
5-5:45 PM

Shiloh Sophia

Shiloh Sophia lives life as a great adventure narrated by the creative fire of her Muse! She has dedicated her life to the stand that self-expression is a basic human right. Her message is that all of us are creative, that creativity is a source of healing, and that the healing arts will support the creation of a future we all can believe in. Through her paintings centering women and nature, poetry, many books and teachings she leads a global movement of revolutionary education focused in Intentional Creativity® serving tens of thousands of women for over 30 years. She co-founded MUSEA: Centers for Intentional Creativity® and Consciousness and she has trained close to 1000 women to be guides of Intentional Creativity. She lives in Sonoma with her husband Jonathan, also a poet as well as a chef and wine-maker at MUSEA Ranch. Most mornings, she can be found having tea with her Muse, pouring over quantum physics, philosophy, and sacred texts in the Red Thread Cafe. In the afternoon she will be in her outdoor studio painting and gathering with community. Join us for a cuppa’ something good and a great conversation!

Samantha Anderle

Samantha Anderle is an abstract, self taught artist residing in Forestville, CA. Her continuously evolving body of work reflects a unique dedication to the craft of creation.

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John Haines

John Haines was born in Syracuse NY. He attended Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles, a seminal time in which he worked for Frank Gehry, David Hockney, and Sam Francis. After college he studied stone carving at Cabrillo College in Santa Cruz, where he took an interest in  blacksmithing to forge carving tools. He later worked with Master Blacksmith Toby Hickman in Petaluma to hone his skill and combine metalwork with his painting. Haines lives in Monte Rio and works from his studio in Guerneville, California.


Nora Russo

Nora Russo lives and works in Sonoma, Ca. She is a painter specializing in oil and acrylic, as well as a ceramicist, and art instructor.  Nora loves color and texture and is the happiest when the two meet.

'Welcome to the Revolution'

Nora RussoI lives and works in Sonoma, Ca. She is a painter specializing in oil and acrylic, as well as a ceramicist, and art instructor. Nora loves color and texture and is the happiest when the two meet.

We decided to launch our first art show at our new Lewis Studio space paying homage to the spirit that created Revolution Yoga.

There are many acts and ways of being that could be defined as being revolutionary. And what a better way to express that than through art. Art has the ability to convey meaning in ways words cannot, and we can feel the artist's interpretations and feelings when we are confronted with meaningful art.

These four artists are bravely coming together to create a mosaic of artwork to depict a revolutionary spirit. All local Sonoma County artists, we are honored to host their work for the summer months and to share it all with our community.

All work on display is for sale, and inquiries can be made in the studio. 

We will be sending out periodic updates about the art and artists, so makes sure you are on our mailing list to stay in the loop!

If you are a local artist or know a local artist who many want to be featured in a solo or group show at Revolution Yoga in the future, please visit our Artist page for more information.
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