You are invited!
31ST  A N N U A L

September 27 - November 2, 2014
Saturday, October 11, 2 - 6 PM
    photos: (left) Raoul by Mavis Leahy, hand-stitching on fabric; (center) Lost at Sea by Sarah Hage, hand-
mixed media on vintage mirror; (right) Siren by Imelda Hinojosa, acrylic on canvas 
Joe Alvarez   Ulla Anobile   Cathy Ashworth   Pam Bacich   Briana Bainbridge
Sheila Baird   Richard Batcheller   Robin Bevan   Mary Clark Camargo   
Ozzie Carmona   Andrew Cervantes   Jaime Cortez   Matt DeHaven   
Ruth DiNicola   Christine Duran   Robyn Feeley   Anita Finnegan   
Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy   Lucia Frances   Esperanza Garcia   
Sarah Hage   Johanna Hansen   Cidne Hart   Jorge Herrera   Imelda Hinojosa   
Kristen Johannsen   Nancy Ann Jones   Katie Kasket   Mavis Leahy   
Thomas Leppold     Chris Madans   Cathi Milligan   Donna Musser   
Jacqueline Myers-Cho   Janet Olenik   Diane Owens   
Robert Palacios   Andrew Phipps   Carolyn Potter   Rone Prinz   Rossana  
Victor Solis   Alek Talevich   Patricia Woodlin   Anthe Wosczyna 
   photos: (left) 
Mummy Dolls by Ulla Anobile, hand-stitching on felt; (center) 
The Party by Sheila Baird,
   acrylic on 
canvas; (right) Stuck on You by Robert Palacios, acrylic on canvas
Day of 
the Dead
Sat., Oct. 11
1 - 5 PM
(during the reception)
Sat., Nov. 1 
Noon - 5 PM


by Janeenas 
& Las Banditas

Half Face
Full Face

Pam Bacich, Day of the Dead - Dia de los Muertos 
Sat., Oct. 11, 3-5 PM (during the reception)

In 2002, photographer Pam Bacich began traveling to central Mexico to photograph the Day of the Dead festivities in small communities and graveyards. While traditions vary from village to village, the celebration is centered on the belief that the spirits of the dead will come back each year and visit their loved ones.  Graveyard celebrations and quiet moments of reflection are captured in 132 color photographs. English-Spanish text

  photo by Pam Bacich

Victor Solis,  An Overview of The Day of the Dead 
Sat., Oct. 18, 3 PM
The Folk Tree's own Victor Solis, who received his BFA from Otis College of Art and Design, is one of the artists contributing an altar to this year's exhibition.   He discusses the history and traditions associated with Day of the Dead as well as his process for creating an altar for the holiday.
Altar by Victor Solis created for The Folk Tree's Day of the Dead Exhibition in 2013

217 South Fair Oaks Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91105
(626) 795-8733
HOURS: M-W, 11-6; Th-Sat, 10-6; Sun, 12-5

Like us on Facebook   Follow us on Twitter   View our profile on LinkedIn   Find us on Pinterest   Find us on Yelp   Visit our blog (selected archived newsletters)