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Sat, 8 Nov 2003 04:44:30 EST
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                You are warmly invited to a reception
                celebrating Kate Spencer's latest exhibit,

                            "Life Precisely"

        A swarm of biologically accurate illustrations of tunas, dolphins,
whales, turtles,
            and other marvelous creatures from the Monterey Bay and beyond
                            in watercolor and pen & ink

                            Artist's Reception:

                        Friday, November 14
                    5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.

                In the hexagonal sanctuary and exhibit space of the
        Unitarian Universalist Church of the Monterey Peninsula
                    490 Aguajito Road, Carmel, California
                            (Directions below)

                        Refreshments will be served
                        Children are most welcome

            Feel free to forward this invitation to interested friends.

        The exhibit will be on view from November 8 to December 19, 2003.

For more information please contact Kate Spencer at Lizardfish Illustration
Studio, (831) 656-0963.

About the Artist
Kate studied biology and studio art at Smith College (1993) and trained in
illustration at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, where she worked
as a
freelance and staff illustrator for eight years. In 2000 the Tuna Research
and Conservation
Center, of Stanford University's Hopkins Marine Station and the Monterey Bay
invited Ms. Spencer to visit as Artist in Residence to study and illustrate
bluefin tunas. The
fish, the whales in the Bay, and the wonderful Monterey Peninsula community
seduced her
 to move to California in 2001. She currently paints out of her art studio in

Please visit to see more of Kate's artwork.

If you would like to receive printed invitations to future exhibits
in the mail, please reply with your name and full address.

If you would prefer not to receive future notices by e-mail,
please reply with a note to remove your name from this list.

DIRECTIONS to the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Monterey Peninsula:
[ 490 Aguajito Rd. ~  Ph: 831-624-7404 ~ Fx: 831-624-7483 ~ ]

From Highway 1, take the Pebble Beach/Pacific Grove/Highway 68 exit.
Turn east (away from CHOMP), then turn onto Aguajito Rd.
We are at the first driveway on the left.
Bear right and go up the hill to the main entrance (marked by a round-about).
Parking is available on both sides of the building as well as
the lower parking lot (left of the entrance driveway).