The latest show from the California Art Club is titled “A Toast to California: Regional and Seasonal,” and it is on view through January 10 at the California Art Club Gallery at the Old Mill in San Marino, California.
Almost 40 pieces from CAC members celebrate “beloved and treasured sites that artists have discovered by traveling behind the wheel to paint the state’s stunning vistas, charming towns, and hidden gems,” according to the organization.
“Lavender Fields at Beaumont,” by Chuck Kovacic, oil, 18 x 12 in.
“California Vineyard,” by Carolyn Hesse-Low, oil, 9 x 12 in.
“Agriculture is central to life in California, as the state supplies many healthy and desirable foods to not only the nation, but the world, and with ‘A Toast to California’ we pay tribute to this important aspect of California living,” says Madeleine Aguilar, exhibitions coordinator for the CAC.
“Golden Coast Splendor,” by Stephen Mirich, oil, 9 x 12 in.
Proceeds from the show benefit the educational programs of the CAC and the Old Mill Foundation.