Water is such a prevalent topic in the Tri-Counties, its abundance or dearth.
Water and all of its sources will guide the investigation of Rose Compass as we create an exhibition of intimate gouache paintings for the Wildling Museum in Solvang. The River's Journey: One Year, Six Artists, Ninety-Two Miles will open Febraury 17, 2018 and will run through July 9, 2018. We invite you to follow our journey along the watershed of the Santa Ynez River, the life source that feeds our communities.
The River's Journey Preview Party
Saturday, February 17, 2018 3:30 Pm
Be among the first to explore the exhibition and purchase the artwork by the Rose Compass artists, a group of 6 local women who have explored the impact of the Santa Ynez River. Enjoy appetizers, wine poured by Flying Goat Cellars, and the opportunity to meet all 6 artists.
Each ticket holder* will receive a complimentary exhibition catalog and the chance to win an original artwork from the show!
You Could Win One of These Artworks
Gouache on Board image size 4x4"
This is the Santa Ynez River during the summer months of 2016 in the midst of the 6 year drought. The river floor was dry, filled with the yellow grasses of summer heat.
This image sold unframed, outside dimension 6x8" on Arches Watercolor Board.
Gouache on Arches Board 3x5"
This is the Santa Ynez River during the Spring of 2017 after the heavy rains of February that saturated the parched ground. The river flowed and the the grasses couldn't have been green after the 6 year thirst.
This image is sold unframed and overall size is 6x8"
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