Garden As Art

wpid-BlogDebbiesPlanter-2012-04-3-17-46.jpgTitle: Debbie’s Planter

I’m pleased to announce that three of my watercolor paintings have been selected for inclusion in the CCAA Museum of Art Exhibition, Garden As Art (Where Garden and Art Become One). The exhibition runs from March 30 to May 20, 2012. Reception: April 22, 2:00 to 4:30 pm at the CCAA Museum of Art, 1246 Base Line Road, Rancho Cucumonga, CA. 91739. See you there!

LINKS: My three paintings, Debbie’s Planter (above), Little Bitty, and A Brighter Day are among the 140 paintings in the show. Readers can see an excellent online version of the exhibit by clicking on this link:

NOTES from the exhibition program:

Listen to its secrets and see what you can discover.  Gaze upon the intricate lines of a leaf, gently feel the soft surface of a petal and stoop down to inhale the aroma of a flower’s blossom. Here in the garden, you will find more than nature’s infinite beauty. You will find a seed of creativity that has grown by the nurturing hands of artists into a metaphor for life and all that it has to offer.

In this show, forty artists came together to present to the viewer what the garden has to offer. Utilizing various mediums and their individual techniques, these artists capture the essence of the garden as a symbol of seduction and metamorphosis.   Garden and art evolved from the intersection of where the garden and art meet to become one in the “Garden as Art.”
Artists: Ruben Acosta – Bill Anderson – Helga Batman-Koplin – Francesca Brayton – Elizabeth Carr –  Kate L. Y. Choi – Leslie Codina – George Comer –  Judy Davis – Muriel Dolemieux – Matthew Farris – Tom Fong – David D. Gilbaugh – Pati Hammond – Woody Hansen – Fred Hartson – Aida Hughes –  Mike Jackofsky – Kirk Kain – Karen Karlsson – B. J. Lane – Jenelle Lowry – Marciano Martinez – Richard Martinez –  Sylvia Megerdichian – Joanna Mersereau – Kathy Morgan –  Cindy Rinne – Dan Romero – Gene Sasse – Al Setton – Millard Sheets – Craig Steketee – David Svenson – John Svenson – Alan Swartz –  Maureen Wheeler – Fred Whitman – Nancy Whitman – Jan Wright – Milford Zornes

Leave a Reply