Rose Compass: Paintings of the Santa Barbara WatershedRead More
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Westmont Ridley Tree Museum of Art
Rose Compass: Paintings of Santa Barbara’s Watershed
January 10- June 23, 2019
Santa Ynez Wringing Her HairRead More
The River's Journey REVISITED
SANTA BARBARA CITY HALL
Opening Reception Thursday September 6, 5-7pm
735 Anacapa St. Santa Barbara
Come out and join us along with the Rose Compass as we celebrate the opening of
The River's Journey: One Year, Six Artists, Ninety-two Miles
Thursday, September 6 from 5-7 p.m. in the City Hall Gallery
735 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, CA
The River's Journey Project, developed by six artists calling themselves Rose Compass, is a collaboration telling a BIG story about the Santa Ynez River and watershed through some really SMALL gouache paintings. The River's Journey: One Year, Six Artists, Ninety-two miles showed at the Wildling Museum in Solvang earlier this year and is now reconfigured, redesigned, added to and installed at the Santa Barbara City Hall Gallery hosted by the Santa Barbara Office of Arts and Culture.
Rose Compass artists include Connie Connally, Holli Harmon, Libby Smith, Nicole Strasburg, Nina Warner, and Pamela Zwehl-Burke. Ourcollective serves to connect our community to their limited and valuable water resources.
Come learn more about the water source that feeds our community with this engaging exhibit.
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For more information about the exhibition, check out www.sbac.ca.gov/the-rivers-journey. This exhibition was produced as a partnership between the City of Santa Barbara and Rose Compass.
To learn more about the City of Santa Barbara’s water conservation efforts and ways that you can save water, please visit: SantaBarbaraCa.gov/WaterWise.
Follow the journey @ www.rose-compass.com
30 Years and Counting: Elverhoj Museum of Art and History
Past, Present,and Future
I feel so fortunate to be part of such a special history. The Elverhoj Museum of Art and History is a sweet gem. Small museums are a gift to any and all communities. Kudos to Esther Bates, Museum Director and the team of board members and volunteers that make the magic happen!