California History, The Mission Trail
This exhibition is a joint project of the Monterey Bay Plein Air Painters Association (MBPAPA) and the Natividad Medical Foundation. Paintings are to depict any of the California missions, artifacts such as tools and baskets created by indigenous people associated with the California missions, or indigenous people who have resided in the geographical areas of the California missions. Artists may work from their plein air paintings and digital images to produce larger works for this show.
Exhibit Dates: March 6, 2014 - early 2015
2014 Signature Artist Exhibit
MBPAPA Signature artists will join with the City of Monterey Conference Center's Alvarado Gallery for this year's annual Signature Member Artist Exhibit. The exhibit will feature plein air works of local scenes and landscapes painted within the area bounded by Elkhorn Slough (north), Highway 68 and Toro Park (east) and Garrapata State Beach (south), and will include paintings depicting downtown Monterey, Cannery Row, Fishermen's Wharf and the coastal areas along Monterey and Pacific Grove.
located on the second floor of the Monterey Conference Center, One Portola Plaza (Del Monte Avenue at Calle Principal), Monterey, CA
Prospectus and Entry now available:
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Entry deadline: March 7, 2014
MBPAPA Paints Carmel Mission On Founder's Day
MBPAPA artists will paint during Founder's Day festivities at Carmel Mission. Sunday, June 29, 2014 noon to 5pm. This is a great oppotunity to see our plein air artists at work.
Plein Air San Juan Bautista 2014
We return to San Juan Bautista in August for our annual Paint San Juan Plein Air Festival.
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