Art for a Cause

    “Path to Dana Adobe” (watercolor, 11 x 15 in.) by Bernie Kurtz

    Featuring some of the region’s top landscape artists, San Luis Outdoor Painters for the Environment (S.L.O.P.E.) create artworks depicting the beauty and uniqueness of California’s Central Coast. Working with local and national organizations, they help draw public attention and generate funds for preserving local lands for open space, wildlife, ecologically respectful recreation, ranching, and farming.

    Some members of S.L.O.P.E.

    One of their recent projects, the Art at the Dana Adobe exhibition brings art and history together for the grand opening celebration of the Dana Adobe Cultural Center. For months, S.L.O.P.E. artists have been painting the adobe and surrounding area. An exhibition of their work will be open at the site through September 30, 2018, in Nipomo, California. The Center will receive a portion of the art sales made during the exhibition.

    “Dana Adobe” (in progress, acrylic, 12 x 12 in.) by Larry Kappen

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