A California Spring

Dennis Doheny,  South Shore - Point Lobos,  Oil on Linen, 24”x 30”

Dennis Doheny, South Shore - Point Lobos, Oil on Linen, 24”x 30”

The California Art Club pays tribute to its founding members and the California Impressionist movement they inspired. The organization's early artists influenced the first art movement to be defined as purely Californian, as they painted scenic vistas of the Golden State's natural beauty. This current exhibition features more than 40 paintings that will transport the viewer to a variety of exquisite settings from intimate backyard gardens and hiking paths dotted with wildflowers to beautifully manicured grounds of local landmarks and spectacular expanses of the desert.

Artists featured in this exhibition include: Peter Adams, Robert Akers, Cliff Barnes, Nanette Biers, Larry Cannon, Dennis Doheny, Esther Engelman, Mark Farina, Mark Fehlman, Amanda Fish, Gary Fishman, Terri Ford, Marian Fortunati, Laurie Hendricks, Carolyn Hesse-Low, Debra Holladay, Chuck Kovacic, Paul Kratter, Frank Lennartz, Elaine Mathews, Lee MacLeod, Patricia McGeeney, Clark G. Mitchell, Lisa Mozzini-McDill, Michael Obermeyer, Richard Probert, Rodolfo Rivademar, Junn Roca, Anthony Salvo, Liliana Simanton, W. Jason Situ, and Karen Winters.

Marian Fortunati,  Matilija Shadows,  Soft Pastel, 12”x 9”

Marian Fortunati, Matilija Shadows, Soft Pastel, 12”x 9”