Enjoy these virtual and live experiences!
Sculpture Garden at Museum of Sonoma County
Open to visitors Thursday-Sunday, 10am-1pm. Free admission.
Established in 2011, the museum’s garden was designed by landscape architect Frederic Warnecke. The garden’s elements were chosen to evoke the landscape of Sonoma County: its rolling hills, grass, and trees. Plants, such as the olive and ornamental plum trees, reference the region’s agricultural heritage amid a dozen featured artworks.
Flattening the Curve Online Art Show
Enjoy this online exhibit, featuring 49 Sonoma County artists and over 85 works of art, representing a remarkable variety of styles, media and concepts.
“The variety of work truly expresses the breadth of how we are experiencing this period of isolation and crisis.”
Thank you to Bill Shelley and Chris Beards of Blasted Art Gallery and all the participating artists!
Museum of Sonoma County: “Landscape: Awe to Activism” exhibit
From 19th century California artists inspired by nature, to contemporary artists who have embraced new technologies to address climate change and other important issues, the artist’s relationship to landscape has evolved. Landscape: Awe to Activism explores this relationship through diverse artworks including painting, photography, and video.
Click here for an online guided tour of the exhibit.
Art Apart – Petaluma Arts Center
“Virtually Anything Goes”
Graton Gallery Online show
Enjoy this unjuried online show of works by 81 members of Graton Gallery’s artist community through August 31.
Pictured: Glass Bowl with Kimono by Sally Baker; watercolor – 17″ x 19.5″.