Cara Bonewitz

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At the new exhibit “  Current in the Shadows  ,” long gold and yellow strands of seaweed hang from the walls and ceiling of Ventura College’s New Media Gallery.

Ojai artist weaves seaweed for new exhibit in Ventura

At the new exhibit “ Current in the Shadows ,” long gold and yellow strands of seaweed hang from the walls and ceiling of Ventura College’s New Media Gallery.

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