Oil Painting: All The Water That Will Ever Be, Is, Right Now at the Irvine Museum

13 Oct 2008

 The natural cycle of water and its place in the landscape is the focus of this exhibition at the Irvine Museum, in Irvine, California.

All The Water That Will Ever Be, Is, Right Now
Through January 17, 2009
The Irvine Museum
Irvine, California
(949) 476-2565

The natural cycle of water and its place in the landscape is the focus of this exhibition at the Irvine Museum, in Irvine, California. The show features water in a variety of forms—as rivers and lakes, seas and snow, and clouds and rain—and examines the role water plays in life on earth as well as the elements’ place in our ecosystem. The work on view was done by a variety of California artists, including Paul Grimm, Misha Askenazy, Marion K. Wachtel, and Granville Redmond.

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Sunset Boulevard
by Mischa Askenzy, 1938, oil, 30 x 36. Collection The Irvine Museum, Irvine, California.
Stately Palms
by Paul Grimm, 1945, oil, 20 x 24. Private Collection.

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