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Art Exhibits and Shows

Event Title:
Fourth Annual Sculpture Gallery Opening ~ Fort Bragg
Filed under:
Kids & Families, Exhibits & Shows
Event Date:
Saturday, June 09, 2012 2pm
Location:
Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens
Contact:
Contact: 707.463.272, www.ArtsMendocino.org or 707.964.4352, www.Gardensbythesea.org
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The Arts Council of Mendocino County and the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens are pleased to announce the 4th annual exhibition of sculpture on the grounds of the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens.


The Sculpture Gallery is a partnership program of the arts council and the botanical gardens and a portion of the proceeds from any sales benefits the two not for profit organizations equally.

The public is invited to celebrate the new round of work with a Tour of the Sculpture Gallery on Saturday, June 9th from 2 pm – 3 pm at the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens.

The artwork of 16 artists is on display: Christiansen-Arner, Diane Cochran, Eric Furman, Eileen Fitz-Faulkner, Steve Garcia, Chris VanGoethem, Keena Good, Kitty Gordon, Rick Morrow, David Mudgett, Baile Oakes, Bob O’Neil, Angela Ridgway, Pete Stecher, Louie Tozser, and Roland Woolsey.  

The June 9th event is free to members of the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens and included with the price of admission for non-members. The tour will start between the entrance and the perennial garden at 2:00 pm.

New work is accepted into the Sculpture Gallery on an annual basis. The next Call to Artists will take place in January 2013. The artwork in this round will be on display through April 2013.

Contact the Arts Council of Mendocino County at 707.463.2727 or www.ArtsMendocino.org for more information on the Sculpture Gallery application process.

The Arts Council of Mendocino County partners with the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens to present an annual, site-specific exhibition of sculpture on the grounds of the Botanical Gardens.

Visitors are able to view and enjoy the interaction between artwork, nature, and the changing seasons in an intimate setting connected by meandering paths and quiet walkways. This annual sculpture gallery draws upon the wealth of regional artistic talent, primarily featuring the work of California artists.