Enjoy Art from Native, Wild Materials
Wild: Art Celebrating the Nature of this Place
Art inspired by the natural environment that surrounds us, provides an opportunity for intimacy with the local landscape. It opens new visions of the place we reside. On May 29th, 5-7 pm, we will feature 10 local artists working with native, wild materials. The show represents a diversity of art forms, including sculpture, ceramics, woodworkers, visual art, painters, basketry and Maidu cultural art. This is the third annual art show that the Living Wild Project has curated and we hope you will join us in a celebration of the nature of this place. The Mowen Solinsky gallery is donating proceeds from the sale of artwork to the Yuba Watershed Institute. The show will run from May 22nd – June 11th. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
* Note: The Living Wild Project is catering a 4-course, wild food dinner at Polly’s Paladar on May 19th. If you are coming to the sold-out dinner benefit for the Yuba Watershed Institute, you’ll get a preview of the art show!