California may continue to develop and change, but one thing stays the same: its landscape remains the muse of the masses.
Sullivan Goss—An American Gallery invites you to ruminate on Collecting California, an exhibition covering an array of paintings from the late 1800s through today. The pieces capture the idyllic and diverse beauty of the land, from rugged seascapes and plunging waterfalls to undulating ranch land and serene sunrises—infusing the imagination with a sense of possibility and optimism for the future.
The exhibition features selections of work by the following 15 late and current American artists: Meredith Brooks Abbott, Anders Aldrin, Arthur William Best, Colin Campbell Cooper, Lockwood de Forest, Mary Stevens Fish, Henry Chapman Ford, Percy Gray, Thomas Hill, Ransome Holdredge, Nell Brooker Mayhew, Hank Pitcher, George Washington Smith, Nicole Strasburg and William Wendt.
It is easy to lose yourself to day-dreaming in the middle of the visionary, timeless landscape of this state, and another way to find yourself there is through the scenes of this historic art collection.
The exhibit is open daily from 10 a.m.–5:30 p.m. from now until September 1. To know more, visit the gallery’s website.
~ Amanda DeVos