Historical Paintings of Coastal Marin
This exhibition features landscape paintings by prominent Bay Area artists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries who were drawn to the beauty of Coastal Marin. Artists include Ludmilla and Thadeus Welch, George Demont Otis, Percy Gray, and Louis Siegriest among others. Inspired by an exhibition presented during the first years of the Museum, this exhibition is part of the celebration of the 30th year of the Bolinas Museum.
Asia Then: Photographs by Alfred Palmer
While Alfred Palmer may be most well known as an official photographer for the Office of War and Information under Roosevelt between 1941 and 1943, he created stunning images throughout his long career. This exhibition features rare images of people and cultures now transformed by modernization captured during his travels in Asia beginning in the 1920’s on loan from his daughter Julia Palmer Gennert’s private collection.
Patricia Briceno- Dances with Wools
Bolinas artist Patricia Briceno grew up in the Yucatan where Mayan textiles permeated the culture and inspired her passion for fiber. This exhibition features her skillful felt-making. She combines carded wool and silk, natural dyes and various techniques to transform wool into surprising forms.
June 8 10AM
History Walking Tour of Brighton Avenue
Join the Bolinas Museum History Curator for a fascinating walk through time in historic downtown Bolinas. Limited Space
Saturday Morning Landscape Painting Workshop with Janis Yerington
Learn a bit of local art history, celebrate the beauty of our coastal environs, and bring home your own masterpiece inspired by the current exhibition featuring 19th and early 20th century paintings of Bolinas and the surrounding area.