The Plumas County Museum invites the public to an opening reception Friday, Oct. 6, from 5 to 7 p.m. featuring local Native artist and musician Levi Mullen. The reception celebrates the opening of his latest exhibit, “Imaginary Illusions,” in the museum’s Stella Fay Miller Gallery.
“Levi creates spontaneous, imaginative works filled with infinite perspectives and details, to compose visually stunning, flowing, and rhythmic pieces,” said Paul Russell, museum director. Mullen’s artwork strives to draw the audience in to make their own deeper connections with, and interpretations of, the movement and flow of the universe and its spirituality. Mullen said he creates so he can be connected to the universe, and sees his artwork as transcending time, space, and the divine.
“The artwork became my medicine, my meditation,” said Mullen. “Finding the spirituality, the calmness inside me, I was able to get to it through doing this art — letting it flow through my artwork.”
“Imaginary Illusions” will be on display through December. The museum is located at 500 Jackson St. in Quincy. For more information, contact the museum at (530) 283-6320.
Information submitted by Plumas County Museum