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Waterlines

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Waterlines
Curated by: Marianne McGrath

106 E. Main St.
95030 Los Gatos
CA
US
October 6th, 2017 - March 18th

QUICK FACTS
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http://www.numulosgatos.org
EMAIL:  
operations@numulosgatos.org
PHONE:  
408.354.2646
COST:  
FREE for members and visitors under 18 years of age | General Admission is $10 | $6 Seniors, military and students with valid ID

DESCRIPTION

On view through March 18, 2018
Waterlines is a group exhibition presenting unique interpretations of meaning and relationship with the Earth’s most essential resources.

Californians often think and talk about water. Both in its abundance and scarcity, this essential natural resource is part of our collective consciousness. Our concern for water manifests in our technological innovations, our public policy and our creativity. Even the name of our region, Bay Area, expresses our geographic connection to water and informs our community identity.

Through the art of sixteen artists, working in diverse media including drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, installations and sound, Waterlines presents unique interpretations of meaning and relationship with water. Exhibiting artists include: Judith Belzer, Barbara Boissevain, Marie Cameron, Matthew Chase-Daniel, Christel Dillbohner, Linda Gass, Nancy Genn, Liz Hickok, Theodora Varnay Jones, Pantea Karimi, Cheryl E. Leonard, Danae Mattes, Marsha McDonald, Klea McKenna, Ryan M. Reynolds and Linda Simmel.

Waterlines is generously supported by Badger Meter.

Additional Support is provided by San Jose Water Company and Kumiko Iwasawa, Iwasawa Oriental Art.