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Ignite! The Art of Sustainability & Wild Transcendence

June 26 through August 10, 2014


Opening Exhibits and Artist Reception – Saturday, June 28, 2014 (3 PM to 5 PM)

Penelope Gottlieb

 Penelope Gottlieb, Cirsium vulgare, 2012

Wild Inspiration Painting Workshop with Rebecca Hamm
Saturday, July 12, 2014 (10:30 AM to 12:30 PM)
Limited seating; reservations required (909) 395-2510

Artist Rebecca Hamm will introduce her installation of artworks at the museum and share her methods of art practice in a demonstration of her landscape watercolor technique which includes traditional materials and new technologies. Rebecca will work with you on releasing your creative capacities by exploring the natural forms in nature and the emotive qualities of color. No prior experience required, if possible, bring your smartphone or tablet with camera capabilities.

Wild Inspiration Painting

Rebecca Hamm

Robert Perry presents “Reinventing the Residential Garden”
Saturday, July 26, 2014 (10 AM to 12 PM)
Limited seating outdoors; reservations required (909) 395-2510

Did you know that, here in Inland Southern California, over 50 percent of residential water use takes place outdoors, feeding our thirsty lawns and gardens?* We can save dollars and help sustain one of our most precious environmental resources by using water-conserving plantings. Renowned Landscape Architect Robert Perry will lead a presentation on how to make aesthetically appealing garden designs using plants that do not use a lot of water. Bob will be bringing 15 to 20 one gallon container plants and the focus will be on plant choices and design compositions for the residential garden. (The plants will be given away to the attendees.)
*Information Source: Association of California Water Agencies, and Public Policy Institute of California.

Residential Garden

Robert Perry

Sant Khalsa presents “A River Runs Through Me”
Thursday, July 31, 2014
6:30 PM galleries open/light refreshments
7 PM presentation
Limited seating; reservations required (909) 395-2510

Sant Khalsa will discuss her three-decade long relationship with the Santa Ana River and the photographic and installation works that have resulted from her emphasis on environmental issues (with a special focus on water) in the
Inland Empire and Southern California.

A River Runs Through Me

Sant Khalsa


Last updated: 6/26/2014 2:55:20 PM