Walk in Beauty
On view August 1 through October 10, 2019
John O’Donohue, the late Irish poet, theologian and philosopher defines beauty as “anything in the presence of which we feel more alive.” This exhibition features a series of watercolor paintings by artists from the 537 Magnolia Artists Group as they took John O’Donohue’s words as a call to action. They translated their personal encounters with Beauty into watercolor paintings.
Nature is a strong theme in this exhibit – not only flowers, but landscapes and wildlife as well as encounters with Beauty in the human world: portraits and other representations of people and our creations. The idea and inspiration for each painting has been sparked while each artist was taking a walk somewhere in the world.
This exhibit is on display in the Bartolini Gallery, in the Marin Center Exhibit Hall building. The Gallery is open Monday through Friday, 9am - 5pm and select weekends. Closed Holidays. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for information.