Endangered Landscapes Show Opens in Salinas
Endangered Landscapes, an art show sponsored by the Cultural Council for Montereys Art in Public Places Program, will run from August 28th to October 26th at the Salinas Courthouse.
The show is dedicated to the beauty of north Monterey County land threatened by development, and in particular the Hudson's Landing area at the northern end of Elkhorn Slough. The show began as a painting project of Bill Fenwick, Barbara Edell Poole, Karen Lynn Ingalls, and Gloria Shaw, documented by photographer Kyle Dawn Hills. These artists have been joined by Karen Kvenvold, Bailey, Starr Davis, Bob Freimark, Pilar Marien, John McWilliams, Barbara Norton, Tarah Nutter, and Andy Williams.
A reception, with music by Warren John Wolfe, is scheduled for Tuesday, September 12th, from 3:00 to 6:00, at the courthouse, in the West Wing's second floor lobby.