Gibraltor as a Victorian Tub by Holli Harmon

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HH.Gibraltor as a Victorian Tub.4x6.jpg

Gibraltor as a Victorian Tub by Holli Harmon

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This painting represents our dam building efforts to hold water for our consumption. A 1900’s Victorian Tub was superimposed over Gibraltar Reservoir. The tub is a medium container ( compared to the large pool used for Cachuma Lake and the small tub used for Jameson Lake) and represents the containers that were used in the early 1900’s when Gibraltar was developed. The companion pieces are “Jameson Lake as a Cowboy Tub” and “Lake Cachuma as a Blow Up Pool.”

Gibraltor as a Victorian Tub is gouache on Arches Board. Image size is 4x6" framed to 11x14" with museum plexiglass for ease of shipping and protection against the damage of light. Currently on view at the Santa Barbara City Hall Gallery sponsored by the Office of Arts and Culture. The show will run August 2018 through March 2019.

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